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Bibliography of Scores and Recordings

  1. Manuscripts of Works Composed or Arranged by Clarence Dickinson (Some Include a Copy of the Published Work) [Many with Dickinson’s Notations] [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Locked Drawers of Display Cabinet] [Miscellaneous Sketches Filed in Archive Box 67]

    • A Christmas Round with Bells, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Three equal vocal groups with bells.
    • A Grace for a Child, words by Robert Herrick, music by Clarence Dickinson. Solo with Piano accompaniment.
    • A Little Christmas Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 16th century music arr. by Albert Beeker, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with accompaniment (for rehearsal).
    • A Lovely Rose is Blooming, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Michael Praetorius, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. TTBB with accompaniment (for rehearsal).
    • A Natal Hymn, words and music by Clarence Dickinson. Solo with piano.
    • A Song in Praise of Laziness, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Joseph Haydn, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Baritone solo with Male Chorus and Piano.
    • A Song of Love, words by Sidney Lanier, music by Clarence Dickinson. Medium Voice with Piano accompaniment.
    • Ach Herr, lass dein lieben Engelein, by Franz Tunder [possibly arr. by Clarence Dickinson, although no credit line is given]. For Soprano with strings and continuo. This manuscript is a transcription for organ.
    • Adagio Sostenuto, by Ludwig van Beethoven, ed. by Clarence Dickinson, for Organ.
    • All Hail the Virgin’s Son, arr. for The Mendelssohn Club by Clarence Dickinson. TTBB unaccompanied.
    • An Angel Spake Unto the Shepherds, by Franz Liszt, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Chorus with obligato parts.
    • Antiphons, Amens, etc. Four notebooks including texts and notations.
    • Barcarole, by Carl Maria von Weber, transcribed for Organ by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Battle Hymn of the Republic, by Julia Ward Howe, harmonized by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with accompaniment.
    • Berceuse, for violin and piano, by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Billings, William, Miscellaneous Arrangements, including The [Dying Christian’s]Last Farewell, New-Plymouth [O Lord our Fathers Oft Have Told], Universal Praise, by William Billings, ed. or arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Mostly SATB without accompaniment.
    • Blessed Are All Who Have Fallen Asleep in Our Lord Jesus, by Johann Soerensen, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with organ.
    • Brick Presbyterian Church Dinner 1937, various pieces of music ed. or arr. by Clarence Dickinson for the event.
    • Calvin, John, Texts – Creed, etc. [from the Genevan Psalter] compiled by Clement Marot with tunes by Louis Bourgeois, ed. or arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB unaccompanied.
    • Centennial Hymn for Beta Theta Pi, by Clarence Dickinson. SATB unaccompanied.
    • Chanson d’Amour, song without words, by Clarence Dickinson, arr. by Godfrey Ludlow. For piano.
    • Chant Joyeux for violoncello and piano, by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Day Is Dying in the West, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • Dear Lord Jesus, Keep Us Near Thee, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johann Gottlieb Naumann, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with organ, clarinets, horns, violins, viola, cello and bass.
    • Drifting, words by Thomas B. Reed, music by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • Dutch Folk Songs (Sketches of Works based on Dutch Folksongs). Includes several published works by other composers with sketches of arrangements by Dickinson.
    • Easter Joy, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 15th century music arr. by Carl Hirsch, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses No. __ (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SATB with accompaniment (for rehearsal).
    • Flower in the Crannied Wall, text by Alfred Tennyson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • Folk Songs from many nations and in many languages collected by Clarence Dickinson, some of which were arranged or edited for publication, singly or in sets. These formed the basis for programs held at Brick Church and perhaps elsewhere.
    • Four Psalm Fantasies for Organ, by Hans Huber, ed. by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Fugue a la Gigue, by Buxtehude and Bach, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Organ.
    • Go, Congregation, Go, by John Antes, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with soprano or tenor solo. Full score and parts.
    • God Give Us Peace, by Clarence Dickinson. Include SATB unaccompanied and also an organ arrangement for solo organ.
    • God Looking Down (from Israel in Egypt), recitative and aria for Bass, by G.F. Handel, arr. by Clarence Dickinson.
    • God My Shepherd Walks Beside Me, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by John Sebastian Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Solo for High Voice with organ. Includes manuscript and published score with annotations (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941).
    • God of All Sounds, text by Anne Lloyd; O Hearken for This Is Wonder, text by Hausmann; Come Ye Children One and All, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music from a Catalonian carol arr. by Clarence Dickinson;Little Child in Manger Bare, Swiss folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson; Our Lord Jesus Knelt in the Garden in Prayer, Swiss folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson [Bound manuscript writing book].
    • Grant Thy Grace, text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB unaccompanied.
    • Great and Glorious Is the Name of the Lord, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 215 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c`924, 1942). SATB with organ, trumpets, trombones and violin. [Manuscript and printed copies with notations by Clarence Dickinson.]
    • Hans und Grete, by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • Hearken! Hearken! Stay Close to Jesus’ Church, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Daniel Moritz Michael, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with solos and organ.
    • Hungarian Folk-Song, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB double chorus with piano.
    • I Greet Thee Who My Sure Redeemer Art, text by John Calvin, melody by Louis Bourgeois, harmonized by Claude Goudimel, arr. by Clarence Dickinson (c1946 by H.W. Gray Co.). SATB unaccompanied.
    • I Watched the Captain’s A-riding, by Clarence Dickinson? SATB unaccompanied.
    • I Will Sing to Thee, Lord, by Johann Friedrich Peters, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with organ.
    • If I Were Tall as a Tall Brown Tree, text by Barbara Young, music by Clarence Dickinson. TTBB with accompaniment (for rehearsal).
    • In a Stable Mean and Lowly, Corsican Folk Song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses No. 161 (New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). Includes parts for Violin, Voloncello and Harp.
    • In Faith I Calmly Rest, by J.S. Bach, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Unison and 2-Part Chorus with Organ.
    • In Joseph’s Lovely Garden, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional Spanish tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. TTB or TBB with organ.
    • In the Day of Battle, text by Bliss Carman, music by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • In the Silence of the Night, Norwegian Folk Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). Includes parts for Violin, Violoncello, and Harp.
    • Into Thy Hands (Adon Olom), arr. by Clarence Dickinson? SATB and tenor solo with cello and piano.
    • Jesus Christ Our Strong Salvation (John Huss’s Communion Hymn), English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by John Huss, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB accompanied.
    • Jesus, Refuge of the Weary, text by Girolamo Savonarola, trans. by Jan Francesa Wilde, music from an ancient Florentine Litany arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with bass or alto solo and organ.
    • Jesus Walked That Lonesome Valley, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with solos and organ.
    • Joseph, Tender Joseph Mine, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, accompaniment by Heinrich Reimann, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). Solo with organ accompaniment.
    • Judy O’Flannikin, humorous limerick arr. for TTBB by Clarence Dickinson, with piano accompaniment.
    • Laudate Pueri, by Antonio Lotti, arr. with organ part by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Life and Song, poem by Sidney Lanier, music by Clarence Dickinson. Double SATB with accompaniment.
    • Life is Good, for God Continues It, from a Welsh Traditional Melody, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. TTBB unaccompanied.
    • L’Inganno Fedele, bass and tenor duet with organ, by Keiser, arr. by Clarence Dickinson?
    • Lord Jesus Who Didst Redeem Us, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johann Heinrich Rolle, arr. by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Lullaby (In Hammersbach), by Edward Elgar, trans. for organ by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Manuscripts and Clipped Excerpts of music apparently intended for use in an organ book. These are not in Dickinson’s hand but are filed with his manuscripts nonetheless.
    • Marche Religieuse, by Alexandre Guilmant, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). For organ.
    • May the Maiden, words by Sidney Lanier, music by Clarence Dickinson (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy, c1909). Published under series title Duets for Two Equal Voices by Clarence Dickinson. Second title is Summum Bonum.
    • Miscellaneous Manuscript Fragments, most apparently in Dickinson’s hand but not otherwise identified. These are perhaps transcriptions or compositions used in performance but not published.
    • Miscellaneous Non-Dickinson Manuscripts, Printed Excerpts, etc. [Group I], not otherwise identified. These are perhaps works intended for arrangement and publication.
    • Miscellaneous Non-Dickinson Manuscripts, Printed Excerpts, etc. [Group II], not otherwise identified. These are perhaps works intended for arrangement and publication.
    • Miscellaneous Poems Set to Music by Clarence Dickinson [some only partially completed].
    • Miscellaneous Sketches [Group I] by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Miscellaneous Sketches [Group II] by Clarence Dickinson, chiefly based on the works of other composers.
    • Miscellaneous Sketches [Group III] by Clarence Dickinson, chiefly based on the works of other composers.
    • Moravian Songs [Fragments, Abbreviated Transcriptions, Notes Kept for “Future Use”].
    • Mount Vernon, text written for the funeral of General George Washington, music composed by Jenks. Dickinson’s arrangement incorporates the tune “Chester” by William Billings.
    • My Day at the Mill, text by Albert R. Ledoux, folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919). Medium voice solo with piano accompaniment.
    • My Jesus is My Lasting Joy, a Solo Cantata for high voice with organ accompaniment and two violins ad lib, by Dietrich Buxtehude, arr. by Paul Allwardt and Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944).
    • Ninety Interludes for Organ, collected and arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944).
    • Now That the Sun Hath Veiled His Light (Evensong), by Henry Purcell, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • Nunc Dimittis (Lord, Now Lettest Thou Thy Servant Depart in Peace), by Vittoria, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (c1933 by H.W. Gray Co.). SATB with accomp. for rehearsal only.
    • Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt, by Tschaikowsky, violin obligato parts by Clarence Dickinson. Dickinson apparently wrote or transcribed these parts for works published by Oliver Ditson Co., c1902, under the title None but the Lonely Heart; and also for one published by G. Schirmer the same year. It is not apparent if these parts were published.
    • O Bethlehem, Spanish (Basque) Folk Song, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses No. 121 (New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). Includes obbligato parts for Violin, Violoncello, and Harp.
    • O Come Let Us Worship the Lord, text arr. by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Tenor or Soprano Solo with SATB and organ.
    • O Have Ye Heard the Tidings, 16th century, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses No. 71 (New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). Includes obbligato parts for Violin, Violoncello, and Harp.
    • O Israel, How Great Is the House of God, text arr. from the Scriptures by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 252 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1949). SATB with organ. Includes manuscript scores for violin, cello, trumpets and trombones.
    • O Jesu Sweet, text by William Hunnis, music by Clarence Dickinson. Low Voice Solo with organ.
    • O Jesus, King Most Wonderful, text by Bernard of Clairvaux, trans. by Edward Casswall, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with organ.
    • O the Blessedness is Great, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johann Christian Bechler, ed. by Clarence Dickinson, for 3 part women’s voice or youth choir unison 2 part or 3 part. Part of Early American Moravian series.
    • O Thou, That in the Deepness of the Night, text by Benjamin R.C. Low, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with accompaniment (for rehearsal).
    • On This Wondrous Sea, text by Emily Dickinson to Helena Adell Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with piano.
    • One Way of Love, Poem by Robert Browning, music by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal Solo with Piano.
    • Organ Sketches by Clarence Dickinson. Miscellaneous and mostly incomplete sketches of organ works, or brief introductions for works by other composers, etc.
    • Orientalisches Praeludium, by D. Novakowski, either arr. or transcribed by Clarence Dickinson. For organ.
    • Pastorale, by Alexandre Guilmant, arr. by Clarence Dickinson, for organ.
    • Peter and John and the Lame Man, by Christopher Tye, arr. by Clarence Dickinson? SATB with solos and accompaniment.
    • Possible Works [Sketches of]. Several pieces Dickinson anticipated doing arrangements of for publication.
    • Praise, Thanksgiving, Glory, Honor unto Thee, O Holy Spirit, by Johann Christian Behler, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with organ.
    • Praise the Lord, by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with Organ accompaniment.
    • Praise Ye the Lord, by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with unison or two-part Youth Choir and organ.
    • Prayer in F, by Alexandre Guilmant, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series No. 157 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). For organ.
    • Priscilla, 1620-1920: a Musical Comedy in One Act, book and lyrics by Ruth Comfort Mitchell, music by Hudson King, ed. or arr. by Clarence Dickinson (4 copies).
    • Psalm 45, by Mikolai Gomolka, ed. by T. Jarecki [ed. by Clarence Dickinson?]. SATB with accompaniment.
    • Psalm 141, by Mikolai Gomolka, ed. by T. Jarecki [ed. by Clarence Dickinson?]. SATB with accompaniment.
    • Remembrance, words by Percy Bysshe Shelley, music by Clarence Dickinson. Solos with SATB Quartette sections and Piano accompaniment.
    • Resurrection Morn, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 269 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ, violin, violoncello, harp or trumpets and trombones. Includes manuscripts of obligato parts for the instruments.
    • Revery for Small Orchestra (Strings, Woodwinds, Horns) by Clarence Dickinson.
    • Rigaudon by Philidor, arr. by Clarence Dickinson for Oboe and Organ.
    • Ring Christmas Bells, by Carl Remecke, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Youth Choir with SATB and Organ.
    • Roads, by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1919). Medium voice solo with piano accompaniment.
    • Romany Song, words by Charles Godfrey Leland, music by Clarence Dickinson. Solo with Piano accompaniment.
    • Sanctus, by Hector Berlioz, arr. or ed. by Clarence Dickinson? SSATB with organ.
    • Saw Ye My Lord Where the Violets Bloom? By Frederic E.J. Lloyd, arr. by Clarence Dickinson? SATB with accomp., violin, cello and harp. Manuscript for voices and organ only.
    • Silent Night, Holy Night, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. [Appears to be organ and instrumental arrangements for use in church service, but probably not intended for publication].
    • Six Songs, the poems by Emily Dickinson, the musical settings by Clarence Dickinson (Chicago: Samuel Merwin and Co., c1897). Solo with Piano accompaniment.
    • Sleep, My Jesus, Sleep, by Clarence Dickinson. Melody only with partial piano.
    • Song Book of the Four-Minute Men: the National Anthems of the Allies and Other Patriotic Songs, arr. for Male Chorus by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918).
    • Spanish and Other European Songs in the process of being edited, arranged, or parts composed by Clarence Dickinson. Some previously published with annotations by Dickinson.
    • Stainless Soldier, by Clarence Dickinson. SATB and solo with accompaniment.
    • Stainless Solder of the Walls, Poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Music by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • Still Now in Thy Kingdom, by Clarence Dickinson. SATB.
    • Summum Bonum, poem by Robert Browning, music my Clarence Dickinson. Duet in canon form for contralto and baritone with piano.
    • The Angel’s Message to the Shepherds (Whence Come These Great Hosts of Angels), traditional Old French carol, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Tenor and Bass Solos with SATB and Organ.
    • The Babe in the Manger, Norwegian Folk Song, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses No. 102 (New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). Includes orchestral parts.
    • The City Child, words by Alfred Lord Tennyson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Soprano solo with Piano accompaniment.
    • The Dream Peddler, poem by Alice R. Goldenweiser, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931).. Solo for high voice with piano.
    • The Goldfinch, by Benjamin Cosyn, arr. by Clarence Dickinson, for Organ.
    • The Incarnation, text by Paul Austin Wolfe, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB.
    • The Inn at Bethlehem (Who Knocks So Loud), Sacred Folk Song from the Tyrol trans. by Budinger, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses No. 175 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1933. Includes obbligato parts for Violin, Violoncello, and Harp.
    • The Joy of the Redeemed, by Clarence Dickinson. For Organ and Brass (2 or 3 Trumpets, 2 or 3 Trombones, Timpani).
    • The Medicine Man, texts by Samuel Merwin, music by Clarence Dickinson. A comic operetta in two acts (c1896 by Merwin and Dickinson). Includes the lyrics manuscript, music manuscripts, and published scores of “Selections” (Chicago: Lyon & Healy, c1925).
    • The Quaker’s Wooing (A Lumberman’s Song from Michigan), trans. by Mrs. L.F. Bosworth, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Tenor and Soprano Solos with SATB unaccompanied.
    • The Shadows of Evening Are Falling, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Josef Rheinberger, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1917). SATB with accompaniment (for rehearsal only).
    • The Shepherds at the Manger (In dulci jubilo), by Franz Liszt, arr. for Violin, Cello, Harp and Organ by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922).
    • The Song of the Angels, traditional 18th century ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914, 1922). Includes obbligato parts for Violin, Violoncello, and Harp.
    • The Song of the Cavalier, words by Motherwell, music by Clarence Dickinson. Solo with Piano accompaniment.
    • The Storm King (Symphony), by Clarence Dickinson. Includes Manuscript (Folder 1) and Annotated Published Copies (Folder 2) [New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920).
    • The Virgin’s Cradle Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johannes Brahms, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with Viola or Harp and Piano.
    • The Virgin’s Slumber Song (Mariä Wiegenlied), by Max Reger, obligato parts by Clarence Dickinson. It is unclear whether these parts were published.
    • The Ways of Love, poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, music by Clarence Dickinson. Vocal solo with piano.
    • There Came a Little Child to Earth, by A.H.D. Troyte, arr. by Clarence Dickinson? Text with sketch of tenor solo and SATB.
    • They All Were Waiting for a King, words by George McDonald, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB unaccompanied. “Dedicated to my mother.”
    • Three Moravian Chorale Tunes, traditional arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Manuscript for two trumpets and two trombones.
    • Three Short Pieces, by Samuel Wesley, with Violin part composed by Clarence Dickinson [includes some additional sections of arrangements and notations by Dickinson.
    • Thy Redeemer Liveth, by Clarence Dickinson (Parts for Violin, Violoncello and Harp).
    • To the Infinite, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Franz Schubert, arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919). Medium voice solo with piano accompaniment.
    • To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time, words by Robert Herrick, music by Clarence Dickinson. Soprano or Tenor Solo in B flat, Contralto or Baritone in G, with accompaniment.
    • Toujours Amour, words by Edward Clarence Stedmar, music by Clarence Dickinson. Solo [sketch, voice only].
    • Universal Praise (O Praise God) from The Continental Harmony by William Billings, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with piano.
    • Unto Us a Son Is Given, text by Alice Meynell, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with accompaniment (for rehearsal).
    • We Pause Beside This Door, text by Lucy Larcom, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB with organ.
    • What a Wonder, Lithuanian Folk Song, text by Helen A. Dickinson, arr. for Alto, Tenor & Bass solos and Chorus, with accompaniment for Violin, Violoncello, Harp and Organ by Clarence Dickinson [Sacred Choruses No. 87, c1920, H.W. Gray Co.].
    • What Is the Meaning of Glad Easter Day, by Clarence Dickinson? Unison with organ [sketch only].
    • Whence Come Ye, Italian Folk Song, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses No. 181 (New York: H.W. Gray Co. Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). Includes obbligato parts for Violin, Violoncello, and Harp.
    • Works in Progress by Clarence Dickinson. Miscellaneous manuscripts, mostly incomplete, of pieces Dickinson had done some work on but had not completed.
    • World Rejoice! The Saviour Christ Is Born, text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927). Eight part chorus and solo quartet with accompaniment (for rehearsal only).
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  2. Published Works Composed or Arranged by Clarence Dickinson Anthems Composed or Arranged by Clarence Dickinson (Also Including Texts by Helen A. Dickinson) [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Archive Boxes 55-57]

    • A Christmas Carol, English text by Shirley M.K. Gandell, music arr. by Max Reger, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, No. 8 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Christmas Carol from Lapland, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 101 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922, 1950). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Collection of Christmas Carols from Various Countries, arr. for mixed voices by Clarence Dickinson, with English texts by Helen A. Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912-1925 [individual copyright for each piece]). Chiefly SATB with organ.
    • A Heavenly Song Is Sung (Peace on Earth), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Swiss sacred folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 208 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SATB with accomp.
    • A Heavenly Song Is Sung (Peace on Earth), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Swiss folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 209 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SA with accomp.
    • A Joyous Christmas Song (Chanson joyeuse de noel), English text by Stewart A. Trench; music from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 11 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Joyous Christmas Song (Chanson joyeuse de noel), English text by Stewart A. Trench; music from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert, arr. for women’s voices by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 90 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Joyous Christmas Song (Chanson joyeuse de noel), English text by Stewart A. Trench; music from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert, arr. for men’s voices by Clarence Dickinson; arr. for women’s voices by Lucy Clark Street. Sacred Choruses, No. 153 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Joyous Christmas Song (Chanson joyeuse de noel), English text by Stewart A. Trench; music from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert, arr. for men’s voices by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 167 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Joyous Christmas Song (Chanson joyeuse de noel), English text by Stewart A. Trench; music from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert, arr. for SAB or SA by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 203 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1938). SAB or SA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Joyous Easter Song from the Cologne Gesangbuch (1623), harmonized by Heinrich Reimann, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 5 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912, 1940). SATB with soprano and tenor solos and organ.
    • A Joyous Easter Song from the Cologne Gesangbuch (1623), English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 171 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). TTBB with tenor and baritone solos and accomp.
    • A Lovely Rose Is Blooming, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Michael Praetorius, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 123 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Penitential Prayer, ed. with English text by Clarence Dickinson; 15th century melody arr. for chorus by Carl Riedel. Sacred Choruses, No. 6 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with organ.
    • A Prayer for the New Year, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Abraham Peter Schultz (1784). Sacred Choruses, No. 39 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Prayer in Time of War by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, No. 42 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with alto and bass solos and organ.
    • A Song in Praise of the Lord, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Franciscus Nagler arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 241 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SA or SS with accomp.
    • A Song in Praise of the Lord of Heaven and Earth, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franciscus Nagler, Op. 27, No. 4, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 21 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Song in Praise of the Lord of Heaven and Earth, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franciscus Nagler ed. by Clarence Dickinson, arr. for women’s voices by Lucy Clark Street. Sacred Choruses, No. 149 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929). SSA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Song of Christmas, text by Martin Luther, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). Unison with accomp.
    • A Sword, by R. Huntington Woodman, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 9320 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1934, 1944). Pub. No. 40551. SATB with baritone solo and piano or organ.
    • A Virgin Unspotted, by William Billings, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: Music Press, c1940). Pub. No. M.P. 64. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • A White Dove Flew From Heaven, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; folk song arr. by Johannes Brahms, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 62 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • All Hail the Virgin’s Son, text by Michael Fairless, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, No. 53 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with violin, harp, and organ.
    • All Hail the Virgin’s Son, text by Michael Fairless, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 53 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1967). TTBB with violin, harp or piano and organ.
    • All Hail the Virgin’s Son, text by Michael Fairless, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 281 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916, 1944). SATB with violin, harp and organ.
    • All Safe At Last to Thee, English words by Edward Oxenford; music by Hugo Wolf, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 27 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • All the World Shall Sing (Bis dereinst mein Stündlein schlägt), text trans. by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Francis Florentine Hagen (1815-1907), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 10 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London). SATB with organ.
    • Alleluia! Let All Mankind Rejoice, text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franz Liszt, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 31 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). Women’s voices, SA, with organ.
    • Alleluia! Today is Christ Arisen, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Jacobus Gallus-Handl (Bohemian, 1550-1591), ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 116 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). Double SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • An Angel Came From Heaven, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 95 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SATB with organ.
    • An Angel Spake Unto the Shepherds from Christus by Franz Liszt, the English text adapted by Helen A. Dickinson; the music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 217 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SATB with children’s choir and organ.
    • An Easter Hallelujah, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Melchior Vulpius ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 65 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). Double SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • An Easter Litany (Glory Be to the Father), text by James S. Stone, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 145 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1928). SATB with brass, timpani, and organ.
    • An Evening Prayer (When Quiet Night), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 15th century Moravian music ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 109 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Angels O’er the Fields, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; old French folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 129 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). SATB with echo chorus (or solo) and accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Awake, My Heart’s Beloved, text by Hans Sachs, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Hans Sachs, arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 189 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935). SATB with organ. (4 copies, all with annotations, probably by Dickinson).
    • Battle Hymn of the Republic, text by Julia Ward Howe, music harmonized by Clarence Dickinson. Modern Series, No. 120 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with accomp.
    • Behold a Sight (O Anblick), English trans. by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Simon Peter (1743-1819), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 9 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ.
    • Beneath the Shadow of the Great Protection, text by James Freeman Clarke, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 85 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920, 1948). SATB with baritone or contralto solo and organ.
    • Bethlehem, by Chr. Dan. Schubart (1791), folk song of Glatz written down by Heinrich Reimann, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 17 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with organ.
    • Bethlehem, by Chr. Dan. Schubart (1791), folk song of Glatz written down by Heinrich Reimann, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. by Clarence Dickinson; arr. for women’s voices by Rose Phelps. Sacred Choruses, No. 144 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927). SA with organ.
    • Bless the Lord, O My Soul, text from Psalm 103; music by Ippolitof-Ivanof, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 200 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Blessed Are All They (Selig Alle die im Herrn entschlafen), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Soerensen (1767-1824), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 16 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). SATB with organ.
    • Blessed Are They (Selig, wer in Jesu wunden ), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Friedrich Peter (1746-1813), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 4 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ.
    • Blessed Are They That Dwell In Thy House, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 191 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1936). SATB with organ.
    • Bow Down Thine Ear, traditional Hebrew melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Antiphons, No. 31 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1920). Bass solo with organ. (Photoduplicate copies).
    • Bow Down Thine Ear, O Lord, text from Psalm 86:1, 3-7, 12; music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 41 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915, 1943). SATB with bass solo and organ.
    • Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; old French noel arr. by Clarence Dickinson. . Sacred Choruses, No. 164 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; old French noel arr. by Clarence Dickinson. . Sacred Choruses, No. 182 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1933). SSA with accomp. (may be sung unaccomp.).
    • By Early Morning Light, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional tune (1675) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. . Sacred Choruses, No. 199 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). Unison with accomp.
    • By Early Morning Light, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional tune (1675) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. . Sacred Choruses, No. 57 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with accomp.
    • By Early Morning Light, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional tune (1675) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. . Sacred Choruses, No. 115 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SSA with accomp.
    • By Early Morning Light, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional tune (1675) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. . Sacred Choruses, No. 205 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SAB with accomp.
    • Chants & Versicles by Clarence Dickinson. Unpublished manuscript (photoduplication). SATB unaccomp.
    • Child Jesus, words by Hans Christian Anderson, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Robert Schumann, choral arr. by Clarence Dickinson. By Early Morning Light, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional tune (1675) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. . Sacred Choruses, No. 46 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Christ and the Children (Song of the Children at the Manger at Bethlehem), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; old sacred folk song, music by Franciscus Nagler. (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Christ Jesus In the Garden, ed. and English text by Clarence Dickinson, music by Felix Woyrsch, Op. 46, No.2. Sacred Choruses, No. 3 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1899, 1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Christ the Lord for Us Doth Languish, text by Emmy Schreck, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Gustav Schreck, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 117 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1898, 1924). SATB with organ.
    • Christians Rejoice (The Christians’ Easter Song of Triumph), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Eccard (1553-1611), ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 184 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). Double SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Christmas Cradle Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Georg Schumann, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 112 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1909, 1951). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Croatian Christmas Song (O’er Wintry Hills), English version by Helen A. Dickinson; Croatian folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 158 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Dark and Still Was Bethlehem’s City, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Max Gulbins, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 110 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1903, 1923). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Dear Lord Jesus, Keep Us Near Thee (Lass uns weiden in den Freuden deiner Kindheit), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Christian Nauman (1741-1801) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Music, No. 21 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957. SATB with organ.
    • Dearest Jesus, Gentle Mild, words by H. von Loufenberg, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional music (ca. 1430) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 48 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with organ.
    • Dearest Jesus, Gentle Mild, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional music (ca. 1430) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 152 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929). SSA with organ.
    • Dearest Jesus, Gentle Mild, words by H. von Loufenberg, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional music (ca. 1430) arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 242 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SA with organ.
    • Easter Song, Poem by Karl Gerok, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Paul Fehrmann, Op. 1, No. 1, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 20 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913, 1941). SSAATBB with accomp. (preferably for rehearsal only).
    • Easter Song of the Angels, text from Goethe, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franz Liszt arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 165 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with accomp.
    • Easter Song of the Angels, text from Goethe, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franz Liszt arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 177 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1933). SSA with accomp.
    • Eighty Amens, by various composers, arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB unaccomp.
    • Fear Not! The Lord Christ Hath Conquered Death by Felice Anerio (1560-1630), ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 136 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). Double SATB Choruses with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • For All Who Watch, from the war zone of the North Sea, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 69 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). Tenor or soprano solo with SATB and organ.
    • For All Who Watch, from the war zone of the North Sea, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 78 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). Tenor or soprano solo with SSAA and organ.
    • For Me, O Lord My God (Für mich, O Herr), English translation by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Peter Wolle (1792-1871) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 7 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). Double SATB with organ.
    • From Heaven High the Angels Come, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional 14th century music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 52 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916, 1944). SATB with organ.
    • Glory Be to Him (Ehre sei dem), English trans. by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Ernst Wilhelm Wolf arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Music, No. 11 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London , c1954). SATB with organ.
    • Glory to God in the Highest by Johann Sebastian Bach, ed. by Helen A. and Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 186 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with organ.
    • Go, Congregation, Go! by John Antes (1740-1811) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Music, No. 6 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). Soprano or tenor solo with SATB and organ.
    • God Doth Rule, text by J.W. v. Goethe, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Robert Schumann ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 67 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). Double SATB Chorus with accomp.
    • God, My Shepherd, Walks Beside Me, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Sebastian Bach arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 216 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SATB with soprano solo and organ. Includes separate obbligato parts for two flutes.
    • God, My Shepherd, Walks Beside Me, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Sebastian Bach arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Chorus, No. 279 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1964). SAB with solo for medium voice or Youth Choir in unison with organ.
    • God of All Lovely Sounds, text by Anne Lloyd, music by Clarence Dickinson, and Grant Thy Grace, O Lord Jesus, text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Christian Gregor, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 193 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1936). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Grace From on High, English words by Edward Oxenford; music by Hugo Wolf, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 22 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Grant Thy Grace, O Lord Jesus, text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Christian Gregor, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1936). Pub. No. S.C. 193. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Great and Glorious God, Indian melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Antiphons, No. 47 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1935). Unison and SATB with accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • Great and Glorious Is the Name of the Lord of Hosts (Festival Anthem), text from the Holy Scriptures and the Hymnal, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 127 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SATB with organ.
    • Great and Glorious Is the Name of the Lord, text from the Holy Scriptures and the Hymnal, music by Clarence Dickinson. Rev. and shortened edition. Sacred Choruses, No. 215 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SATB with organ.
    • Hail Thou Glorious Easter Day, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franciscus Nagler ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 100 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1908, 1924). SATB with organ.
    • Hallelujah! (Evening Hymn) by Henry Purcell, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 99 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923, 1951). SATB with organ.
    • Hark! Hark! Hear You Not?, words from Luke 2 and elsewhere; music by William Billings, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: Music Press, c1944). Pub. No. M.P. 55. SATB with organ.
    • Harken! Stay Close to Jesus Christ (Kindlein, Kindlein, bleibt bei Jesu Christ), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by David Moritz Michael (1751-1827), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 19 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). SATB with organ.
    • Hasten, Children, One and All, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, Catalonian tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 202 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with soprano solo and organ. Also obbligato parts for violin, violoncello and harp.
    • His Guiding Will, English words by Edward Oxenford; music by Hugo Wolf, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 23 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Holy Angels Singing, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, Russian music ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 163 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Holy, Holy, Holy (Kedushah) by Max Spicker, English adaptation by Clarence Dickinson. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8571 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1901, 1940). Pub. No. 39081C. SATB with organ. Includes music in Dickinson’s own hand for cantor.
    • Hosanna, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Ferdinand Hummel, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 243 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1947). SATB with bass or alto solo and organ.
    • Hosanna to the Son of David, adapted to the English words by John Pratt; music by Handel, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 63 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with bass or alto recitative and accomp.
    • How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings Fair (Psalm 84), text adapted by W.K. Breckenridge; music by Carl Reinthaler, op. 39, [ed. by Clarence Dickinson]. Sacred Choruses, No. 43 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with accomp.
    • How Uplifted My Heart (To the Infinite), English text by Helen Dickinson, music by Franz Schubert, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 248 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1947). SATB with organ.
    • Hushed and Still the Evening Hour, text by Heinrich Christian Ludwig Senfl, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by H. G. Nägeli (1786-1836), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 73 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SATB with solo and organ.
    • Hushed and Still the Evening Hour, words by Heinrich Christian Ludwig Senfl, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by H. G. Nägeli (1786-1836), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 114 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SSAA with organ.
    • Hussite Battle Hymn, traditional hymn harmonized by Bedřich Smetana. Arr. for SATB and organ with optional brass parts by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 271 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ and brass.
    • I Believe, O Lord, by Camille Saint-Saëns, arr. for women’s chorus with soprano or tenor solo by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 231 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SSAA with solor and organ.
    • I Believe, O Lord, by Camille Saint-Saëns, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 233 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944). SATB with tenor or soprano solo and organ.
    • I Greet Thee, My Redeemer, text by John Calvin (1545); melody by Louis Bourgeois, harmonized by Claude Goudimel, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 246 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1947). SATB with organ.
    • I Will Sing to the Lord (Ich will dem Herrn singen), English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johann Friedrich Peter (1748-1813) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 22 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ.
    • If I Were as Tall as a Tall Brown Tree, text by Barbara Young, music by Clarence Dickinson. Modern Series, No. 313 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • In a Stable Mean and Lowly, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, Corsican folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 161 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with organ.
    • In Bethlehem’s Manger Lowly, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional 16th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 80 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919). SATB with soprano and tenor solos and organ.
    • In Bethlehem’s Manger Lowly, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional 16th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson, arr. for women’s voices by Rose Phelps. Sacred Choruses, No. 112 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SSAA with solos and organ.
    • In Faith I Calmly Rest, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Sebastian Bach arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 188 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935). SATB with solo and organ.
    • In Joseph’s Lovely Garden, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional Spanish tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 135 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926, 1934). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • In Joseph’s Lovely Garden, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional Spanish tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 137 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • In Joseph’s Lovely Garden, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional Spanish tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 138 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • In Joseph’s Lovely Garden, text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional Spanish tune arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 185 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). For 1, 2, 3 or 4 part Junior Choir with accomp.
    • In the Silence of the Night (Shepherds in the Field Abiding), text by Helen A. Dickinson; Norwegian folks song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 81 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920, 1948). SATB with solos and organ.
    • In Yonder Manger, text by Johann Matthesius, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 16th century music arr. by Reimann-Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 51 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • Is This the Way to Bethlehem?, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Italian folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 178 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1933). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • It Is a Precious Thing (Es ist ein köstlich Ding), English trans. by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johan Friedrich Peter (1746-1813) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 2 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ.
    • Jesu, Friend of Sinners, composed by Edward Grieg, ed. and the English text by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 1 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1911, 1939). SATB with organ.
    • Jesu, Friend of Sinners, English text by Helan A. Dickinson; music by Edvard Grieg, ed. by Clarence Dickinson, ed. for women’s voices by Rose Phelps. Sacred Choruses, No. 122 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SSA with organ.
    • Jesu, Joyaunce of My Heart, melody by J.R. Ahle, harmonized by J.S. Bach, arr. for Mixed Voices and Youth Choir or Soprano Solo by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 253 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1949). SATB with unison youth choir or soprano solo and organ.
    • Jesu! Thou Dear Babe Divine, traditional cradle song from Hayti, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 45 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with organ.
    • Jesu! Thou Dear Babe Divine, traditional cradle song from Hayti, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, arr. by Clarence Dickinson, and arr. for women’s voices by Rose Phelps. Sacred Choruses, No. 96 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922, 1950). SSA with organ.
    • Jesus Christ Our Strong Salvation (John Huss’s Communion Hymn), text by John Huss, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by John Huss (1369-1415) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 239 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with organ.
    • Jesus Lives (Easter Alleluia), text arr. in Chinese by F.P. Jones, music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Nanking Theological Seminary Music Series, No. 2 (N.p.: Christian Literature Society, n.d.). SATB with soprano and tenor solos and organ.
    • Jesus, Refuge of the Weary, text by Girolamo Savonarola, trans. by Jane Francesca Wilde; ancient Florentine melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 240 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with organ.
    • Jesus, Unto Thee Be Praise, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Adam Gumpeltzhaimer (1559-1581), ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 64 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Joseph, Tender Joseph Mine, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; accomp. By Heinrich Reimann, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 210 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). Unison with accomp.
    • Joseph, Tender Joseph Mine, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 14th century song arr. by Clarence Dickinson, harmonized by Heinrich Reimann. Sacred Choruses, No. 256 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1949). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • Joy Fills the Morning by Antonio Lotti, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 172 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Judy O’Flannikin, text anonymous; Air-Humours of Limerick, part song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Modern Series, No. 675 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). TTBB with accomp.
    • Lead Thou Me, by Gustav Schreck, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 278 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1961). SATB with organ.
    • Lift Up Your Heads Ye Gates, text from Psalm 24:7-10; music by Robert Schwalm, Op. 122, No. 3, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 19 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • List to the Lark (The Norfolk Chimes), text by Albert R. Ledoux, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 68 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917, 1918). SATB with youth choir or soprano solo, optional handbells, and organ.
    • List to the Lark (The Norfolk Chimes), text by Albert R. Ledoux, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 260 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1951). TTBB with soprano or tenor solo and organ.
    • Little Child in Manger Bare, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Swiss sacred folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 192 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with organ.
    • Lord God, We Lift to Thee, text by Margaret Widdemer, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 79 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SATB with organ.
    • Lord Jesus, Who Didst Redeem Us (O Jesus, de runs Versöhnet), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Heinrich Rolle (1718-1785) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 18 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). SATB with organ.
    • Lord, Lead Us Still, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; German folksong arr. by Johannes Brahms, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 60 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with organ.
    • Lord Our God (Herr unser Gott), English trans. by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Jeremiah Dencke (1725-1795) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 8 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ.
    • Lord, We Cry to Thee, melody and text by Ulrich Zwingli, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 212 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SATB with accomp. (if desired).
    • Make Us Strong, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franciscus Nagler, Op. 27, No. 1, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Chorus, No. 28 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Mary Magdalene at the Sepulcher by Heinrich Schuetz, ed. by Helen A. and Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 187 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935). SATB with organ.
    • May the Words of My Mouth (Response), by Clarence Dickinson. SATB unaccomp. [Photoduplicated manuscript].
    • Musette, English text by Stewart A. Trench; music from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 12 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Music When Soft Voices Die, text by Percy Bysshe Shelley, music by Clarence Dickinson. The Modern Series, No. 32 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1911). SSAATTBB with piano.
    • My Jesus Is My Lasting Joy, English text by Paul Allwardt and Helen A. Dickinson adapted by R.B.; music by Dietrich Buxtehude ed. by Paul Allwardt and Clarence Dickinson, arr. as a unison anthem for youth choir by Roberta Bitgood. Church Music Review, No. 2727 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1962). Unison with accomp.
    • My Peace I Leave With You, text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Franz Schubert, choral arr. by Paul Boden. Sacred Choruses, No. 36 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Now in thy Kingdom, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 257 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1950). SATB with organ.
    • Now Is Christ Risen, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Volckmar Leisring ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 66 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB and TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Now Christ Is Risen, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 13th and 16th century music arr. by Martin Plüddemann, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 128 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Now Christ Is Risen, English text arr. by Helen A. Dickinson; 12th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 194 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with organ.
    • Now Our Hymn Ascendeth, text by Helen A. Dickinson; 15th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 84 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921, 1949). SATB with organ.
    • Nymph and Swain (Madrigal) by Clarence Dickinson. Modern Series, No. 121 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Bethlehem, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Spanish folk song from the Yriarte Collection, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 121 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SATB with soprano and tenor solos and organ.
    • O Come Let Us Worship the Lord, Our God, text arr. by Helen A. Dickinson, set to music by Clarence Dickinson. Antiphons, No. 48 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1935). SATB with solos and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Come Ye Children, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 14th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 72 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SATB with soprano solo and accomp.
    • O Fair, O Wondrous Holy Night, text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by C. M. v. Weber arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 37 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). A third copy has SSA parts in manuscript pasted over the SATB staves. It is unclear whether an SSA version was published later.
    • O Have Ye Heard the Tidings, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 16th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 71 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918, 1946). SATB with solos and accomp.
    • O Heavenly Child, ed. and English text by Clarence Dickinson; music by Felix Woyrsch, Op. 46, No. 1. Sacred Choruses, No. 2 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Israel, How Great Is the House of God, text arr. from the Scriptures by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Church Music Review, No. 546 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919). SATB with organ.
    • O Israel, How Great Is the House of God, text arr. from the Scriptures by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Rev. and shortened ed. Sacred Choruses, No. 252 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1949). SATB with organ.
    • O Jesu Sweet, text by William Hunnis (d. 1597), music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 133 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Jesus, King Most Wonderful, text by Bernard of Clairvaux, trans. Edward Casswall, music by Clarence Dickinson. SATB divisi unaccomp. [Photoduplicated manuscript].
    • O Lord Most Holy, text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Anton Bruckner ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 34 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • O Lord Most Holy, text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Anton Bruckner arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 261 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1951). SATB with organ.
    • O Loving Saviour Slain for Us, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by D.F.E. Auber, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 61 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with organ.
    • O Night, O Happy Night, from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 13 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Nightingale, Awake! The English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 17th century Swiss folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 179 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1933). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Nightingale, Awake! The English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 17th century Swiss folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 213 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SS or SA with accomp.
    • O Nightingale, Awake! The English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 17th century Swiss folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 218 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SSAA with organ.
    • O Nightingale, Awake! The English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 17th century Swiss folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 220 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). TTB or TBB with organ.
    • O Saviour Sweet, text by J. Troutbeck and Helen A. Dickinson; music by J.S. Bach arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 82 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920, 1948). SATB with alto solo and organ.
    • O Saviour Sweet by J.S. Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 198 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). Unison with organ.
    • O Saviour Sweet, text by J. Troutbeck and Helen A. Dickinson; music by J.S. Bach ed. by Clarence Dickinson, arr. by John Holler. Sacred Choruses, No. 201 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SAB with organ.
    • O Saviour Sweet by J.S. Bach, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 211 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SA with organ.
    • O Saviour Sweet by J.S. Bach, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 219 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O the Blessedness Is Great (O die Seligkeit ist gross), English trans. by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Christian Bechler (1784-1857) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 12 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SSATB with organ.
    • O the Blessedness Is Great (O die Seligkeit ist gross), English trans. by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Christian Bechler (1784-1857) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 275 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SSA with organ.
    • O Wonder Ineffable, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Tomas Luis da Vittoria, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 83 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SATB with organ.
    • O Worship the Lord All Ye Lands, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Charles Chaix, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 54 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATTB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Ode on the Name Jesu, English version by Shirley M.K. Gandell; music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Musical Art Society of Chicago (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1908). Pub. No. C.F.S. Co. 1043-3. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Oh Anxious Hearts, English version by Helen A. Dickinson; Spanish folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 146 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Oh Lord Thou Art Our God by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 56 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916, 1944). SATB with organ.
    • On This Wondrous Sea, text by Emily Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1946). SATB divisi. [Mimeographed copy].
    • Our Father and Our God, Arcadelt-Liszt-Dickinson, arr. by Charlotte [Garden] Mathewson Lockwood. Church Music Review, No. 1120 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ.
    • Our Lord Jesus Knelt in the Garden, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Swiss sacred folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 195 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with alto or baritone solo and organ.
    • Out on the Plains Shepherds Watching, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Spanish folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 130 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925). SATB with solos and organ.
    • Praise, Thanksgiving, Glory, Honour (Dank, Anbetung, Lob und Ehre), English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johann Christian Bechler (1784-1857) arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 17 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). SATB with organ.
    • Praise Ye the Lord! Text by Joachim Neander, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Georg Christoph Strattner (1691), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 55 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Rejoice, the Lord Is Risen! English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional 1623 music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 50 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917, 1945). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Rest in Peace, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Franz Schubert, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 40 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915, 1943). SATB with alto solo and accomp.
    • Resurrection Morn, words by Sallie Graham Stice, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 269 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ. Includes 2 copies of the obbligato parts for violin, violoncello and harp (printed cover with photoduplicated manuscript music).
    • Roads, text by Mary E. Baker, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 196 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with alto or baritone solo and organ.
    • Shepherds’ Christmas Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. from Heinrich Reimann by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 7 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with organ.
    • Shepherds’ Christmas Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. from Heinrich Reimann by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 106 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SSA with organ.
    • Shepherds’ Christmas Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. from Heinrich Reimann by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 134 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). TTBB with organ.
    • Shepherds’ Christmas Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. by Clarence Dickinson, arr. for women’s voices by Rose Phelps. Sacred Choruses, No. 276 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SAB with organ.
    • Shepherds’ Noël of 1750, English text by Stewart A. Trench; music from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert [arr. by Clarence Dickinson]. Sacred Choruses, No. 15 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Shepherds on this Hill, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Greek folk song transcribed by Jessie Newgeon Hawkes, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 180 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with accomp.
    • Sing, O Ye Heavens, English translation by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Friedrich Peter, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 1 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ and optional orchestra. Includes obligato parts for two trumpets and two trombones.
    • Six Responses by various composers arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 15 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB unaccomp.
    • Sleep, My Jesus Sleep, text by Helen A. Dickinson; old Dutch lullaby arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 141 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927). SATB with organ.
    • Slumber Song of the Infant Jesus, from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 14 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Slumber Song of the Infant Jesus, by F.A. Gevaert, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 29 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SSA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Soft Are the Dews of God, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 44 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). Double SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Song of the Nativity (Who is This That Singeth So Nowell), 15th century English carol arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 206 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SATB with tenor solo and organ.
    • Still Grows the Evening Over Bethlehem Town, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, traditional Bohemian music transcribed by Vincent Pisek, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 70 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Still There Is Bethlehem, text by Nancy Byrd Turner, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 222 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1942). SATB with alto or baritone solo and organ. Includes separate parts for violin, violoncello, harp and organ.
    • Swedish Folksong (Volkslied) based on Tanze aus Dalekarlien, arr. by Julius Stern, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Compositions Selected from the Programs of the Music Art Society of Chicago (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1908). Pub. No. C.F.S. Co. 1044-3. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Sweet Was the Song, by John Attey, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 207 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SATB with violin, violoncello, harp and organ.
    • The Angels and the Shepherds, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional Bohemian music ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 111 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Babe in the Manger (The Night Was Dark and Dreary), English text by Helen A. Dickinson, Norwegian folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 102 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • The Citizens of Châtres, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 16th century French carol, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 214 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SATB with children’s choir and organ.
    • The Coming of the Prince of Peace, a nativity play of ancient Christmas carols, arr. by William Sloan Coffin and Helen A. and Clarence Dickinson. Chorus ed. (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920, 1948). SATB unaccomp.
    • The Countless Hosts in White Array, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Norwegian folk song arr. by Edward Grieg, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 74 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917, 1945). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Day of Judgment (When the Solid Earth Is Shaken), text by Christoph Christian Sturm, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Philipp Emmanuel Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 93 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SATB with organ.
    • The Earth and Man, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 94 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Friendly Beasts, text by Robert Davis, 12th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 254 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1949). SATB with unison or SA and organ.
    • The Golden Gates are Lifted Up, English translation by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Firedrich Peter, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 3 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ.
    • The Inn at Bethlehem (Who Knocks So Loud), English text by Helen A. Dickinson, sacred folk song from the Tyrol transcribed by Rüdinger arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 175 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB or semi-chorus with organ.
    • The Inn at Bethlehem (Who Knocks So Loud), English text by Helen A. Dickinson; sacred folk song from the Tyrol transcribed by Rüdinger, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 176 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SSA with accomp.
    • The Joy of the Redeemed (O Quanta Qualia) by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1950). Conductor’s score with brass and timpani parts.
    • The Last Prayer, by Hugo Wolf, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, No. 25 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Lord Is Arisen, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Bohemian folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 126 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Lord Is Arisen, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Bohemian folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 237 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1945). Unison or SA with organ.
    • The Lord’s Prayer, by Apletscheieff, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 159 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Lord’s Prayer, from the Ukrainian Church Service, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 183 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Neighbors of Bethlehem, from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 10 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The New Year, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Johannes Pache. Sacred Choruses, No. 35 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914, 1942). SATB with organ.
    • The People That in Darkness Wandered, English translation by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johannes Herbst, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 5 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ.
    • The Pharisee and the Publican, by Heinrich Schuetz, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 139 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). SA with organ.
    • The Promise of Resurrection, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 92 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923, 1951). SATB with organ.
    • The Quest Eternal, text by Margaret Widdemer, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 132 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). SATB with solos and organ.
    • The Reproaches, by G.P. da Palestrina, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 236 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1945). SATB with antiphonal SA choir and accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • The Resurrection, from “Christus” by F. Liszt, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 32 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). SATB with organ and two trumpets, two trombones and timpani.
    • The Sanctus, English translation by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Martin Luther, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 235 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944). SATB with youth choir and organ.
    • The Saviour Christ is Born, text by F.A. Muth, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Paul Fehrmann, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, No. 47 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, 1915). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Shadows of Evening Are Falling, text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 89 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Shepherds’ Story, text by William Morris, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 30 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913, 1941). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Shepherds’ Story, text by William Morris, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 77 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Shepherds’ Story, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 91 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c192, 1950). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Shepherds’ Story, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 264 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1953). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Shofar Is Sounded, traditional Hebrew ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 197 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with bass solo and accomp.
    • The Sleeping Flowers, text by Emily Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Mosern Series, No. 126 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Song of the Angels, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional 18th century melody arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 38 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). SATB with accomp.
    • The Song of the Angels, English text by Helen A. Dickinson,; traditional 18th century melody, arr. by Clarence Dickinson and for women’s voices by Rose Phelps. Sacred Choruses, No. 105 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SSAA with accomp.
    • The Soul Must Bear the Cross, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. by Heinrich Reimann and Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 244 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1947). SATB with youth choir or solo and organ.
    • The Soul’s Rejoicing in the Resurrection, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Georg Joseph, arr. Reimann-Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 18 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913, 1941). SATB with accomp.
    • The Star-Spangled Banner, by John Stafford Smith, harmonized by Clarence Dickinson. Modern Series, No. 119 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917). SATB with accomp.
    • The Three Kings, from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert. Sacred Choruses Ancient and Modern, ed. by Clarence Dickinson, no. 9 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Women at the Sepulcher, by Felix Woyrsch, ed. and English text by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 4 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1899, 1912). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • This Glad Easter Day, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; traditional Norwegian music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 104 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SATB with soli and organ.
    • Thou Hast Given Us Bread from Heaven, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Christian Geisler, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 20 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with youth choir and organ.
    • Thou, Lord, Art Our Shepherd, English translation by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Christian Gregor, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 14 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with youth choir or duet and organ.
    • Thou, the Highest, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; ancient Syrian carol arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 224 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1942). SATB with sopranor or tenor solo or children’s choir and organ.
    • Three Christmas Carols by various composers [Ring Christmas Bells! has English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Carl Reinecke ed. by Clarence Dickinson] (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). Unison with accomp.
    • Three Fuguing Tunes (Creation, When Jesus Wept, Be Glad Then America), by William Billings, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: Music Press, c1940). SATB with accomp.
    • Thy Guiding Hand, English translation by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Karl Gottlieb Reissiger, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Early American Moravian Church Music, No. 13 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ.
    • Thy Will Be Done, music by Hugo Wolf, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 26 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Thy Word is Like a Garden, Lord, by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 131 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925, 1953). SATB with soli and organ.
    • Thy Word is Like a Garden, Lord, by Clarence Dickinson, arr. by E. Helen Pendleton. Sacred Choruses, No. 190 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1936). SSA with organ.
    • Today Is Born Immanuel, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Michael Praetorius, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 118 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Today Is Born Immanuel, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Michael Praetorius, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 119 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SSAA with organ or piano.
    • Today Is Born Immanuel, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Michael Praetorius, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 120 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). TTBB with organ or piano.
    • Two Bach Chorales for Men’s Voices (Break Forth, O Beauteous, Heavenly Light and My Chosen King Is Christ the Lord), by J.S. Bach, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 98 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922, 1950). TTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Two Kyries: I. Echo Kyrie Eleison by Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612) arr. by Clarence Dickinson; II. Kyrie Eleison, from the Serbian Liturgy, ed. by Sebastian Dabovitch, traditional melody harmonized by Stephen Mokranyac. Sacred Choruses, No. 251 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1948). SATB with organ.
    • Two Songs (1. List to the Lark, by Clarence Dickinson, arr. by Helen M. Runkle; and 2. Jesus, Friend, So Kind and Gentle, by the Sicilian Mariners, arr. by Helen M. Runkle), arr. for handbells and youth choir by Helen M. Runkle. Handbell Choir Series, No. 5 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1962). Unison with handbells.
    • Up-Hill, text based on John 14:2 and Matthew 2:28, by Christina G. Rosetti, alt.; music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 249 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1948). SATB with soprano and alto solos and organ.
    • We Pause Beside This Door, text by Lucy Larcom, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 228 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SATB with organ.
    • What a Wonder, text by Helen A. Dickinson, Lithuanian folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 87 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with solos and organ.
    • When Jesus Wept, by William Billings, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: Mercury Music Corp., c1940). Pub. No. MPI-102. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • When O’er the Hills, text by Helen A. Dickinson; 14th century Flemish folk song, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 86 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SATB with organ.
    • When Peaceful Night, Moravian hymn, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Church Music Review, No. 506 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). TTBB with accomp.
    • When the Dawn Was Breaking, text by Helen A. Dickinson; Polish folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 88 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with organ.
    • When the Dawn Was Breaking, text by Helen A. Dickinson; Polish folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 108 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SSAA with organ.
    • When the Dawn Was Breaking, text by Helen A. Dickinson; Polish folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 204 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SAB or SA with organ.
    • Whence Come Ye?, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music an Italian folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 181 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with accomp. Includes obbligato parts for violin, violoncello and harp.
    • Whence Come Ye?, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music an Italian folk song arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 272 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SSA with accomp.
    • While Shepherds Watched Their Sheep, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 17th century tune arr. by Hugo Jüngst, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 103 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922, 1950). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • While Shepherds Watched Their Sheep, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 17th century tune arr. by Hugo Jüngst, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 124 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • While Shepherds Watched Their Sheep, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; 17th century tune arr. by Hugo Jüngst, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 125 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924, 1952). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • White Lilies of Our Lord, poem by Ray Clarke Rose, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 33 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914, 1942). SATB with organ.
    • World Rejoice! The Saviour Christ Is Born, text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Clarence Dickinson. Sacred Choruses, No. 142 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927). SATB with soprano solo and accomp. (for rehearsal).
  3. Organ Scores Composed, Arranged or Edited by Clarence Dickinson [Filed Alphabetically in Archive Box 58]

    • Adagio (from the Suite dans le style ancien), by Georges Enesco, organ arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Saint Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 177 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1898, 1921).
    • Adagio Sostenuto (Sonata Quasi una Fantasia) [Known as the Moonlight Sonata], by Ludwig van Beethoven, edited by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 15 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918).
    • Andante Serioso, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 80 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917).
    • Andantino (Quintette IV), by Johann Friedrich Peter, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Saint Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 805 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954).
    • Anna Magdalena’s March, by J.S. Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 40 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927). [Additional copy published in American Organ Quarterly, Vol. 8, No. 22 (July 1927) published by H.W. Gray Co., New York].
    • Aria (from the Tenth Concerto for Strings), by George Frederick Handel, trans. by Alexandre Guilmant, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Standard Series of Organ Compositions, No. 58 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.).
    • Ave Maria, by Jacques Arcadelt, arr. by Franz Liszt, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 37 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). Pub. No. 767.
    • Badinage by J.S. Bach, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ by Clarence Dickinson, No. 44 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1939).
    • Berceuse, by Clarence Dickinson. The Organ, a Series of Compositions and Arrangements for the Pipe Organ (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1908). Pub. No. C.F.S.Co.1028.
    • Berceuse, by Clarence Dickinson. Organ Solos (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1908, 1936). Pub. No. C.F.S.Co.1028.
    • Berceuse, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 830 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1938, 1956).
    • Butterfly Etude in G Flat, by Fréderic Chopin, trans. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 227 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923).
    • Cadiz, by I. Albeniz, arr. by Clarence Dickinson; and Fantasia, by J.M. Beobide, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. In American Organ Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 9 (Jan. 1921).
    • Canzona, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 81 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917).
    • Capriccio (on the Departure of his Beloved Brother), by Johann Sebastian Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 12 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920).
    • Chorale Prelude (Have Mercy, O Lord God), by Johann Heinrich Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 8 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919).
    • Chorale Prelude on the Ancient Christmas Carol “In Dulci Jubilo” by J.S. Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 30 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921).
    • Chorale Prelude (Praise God, Ye Christians), by Dietrich Buxtehude, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 42 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937).
    • Chorale Prelude (When My Last Hour is at Hand), by Johann Michael Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 10 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920).
    • Concert Fugue, by Karl Friedrich Christian Fasch, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 24 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918).
    • Danse Macabre, by Camille Saint-Saëns, arr. for two performers by Clarence Dickinson and Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood. Organ Duets arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson and Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood, No. 4 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929).
    • Exaltation, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 799 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954).
    • Fantasia, by J.M. Beobide, arr. by Clarence Dickinson; and Cadiz, by I. Albeniz, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. In American Organ Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 9 (Jan. 1921).
    • Fantasie, by Adolph Friedrich Hesse, arr. for two performers by Clarence Dickinson and Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood. Organ Duets arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson and Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood, No. 1 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929).
    • Forlane (La Reine des Peris), by Jaques Aubert, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 20 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918).
    • Four Psalm Fantasies for organ, by Hans Huber, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.).
    • Giles Farnaby’s Dreame, by Giles Farnaby, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 25 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919).
    • Goblin Dance, by Anton Dvořák, transcribed by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 324 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924).
    • In the Cathedral, by Gabriel Pierné, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 413 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927).
    • In the Cathedral, by Gabriel Pierné, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 413 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927, 1955).
    • Intermezzo (from The Storm King Symphony), by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 497 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930).
    • Lacrymae Paran, by John Dowland, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 21 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920).
    • Lament, by François Couperin, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 7 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918).
    • Litany (Rest in Peace), by Franz Schubert, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 701 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944).
    • Lullaby, by Richard Wagner, trans. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 234 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923).
    • Madrigale, by A. Simonetti, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. The Organ, a Series of Compositions and Arrangements for the Pipe Organ (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1908). Pub. No. C.F.S.Co.1075.
    • Marche Réligieuse on the theme of the chorus “Lift up Your Heads, O Ye Gates” from Handel’s “The Messiah” by Alexandre Guilmant, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 136 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921, 1949).
    • Meditation, by Theodor Bubeck, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 323 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924).
    • Meditation on “Ah, Dearest Jesusby Johann Crüger, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 625 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935).
    • Memories, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 357 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925).
    • Minuet, by Ignace Jan Paderewski, trans. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 221 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923).
    • National Anthems, arr. for the organ by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917).
    • Ninety Interludes for Organ for use in the Church Service, collected and arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944).
    • Norwegian War Rhapsody (Rhapsodie Guerriére), by Christian Sinding, arr. for organ by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., c1943).
    • Old Dutch Lullaby (Sleep, My Jesus, Sleep), arr. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 446 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1928).
    • Ora Pro Nobis, by Franz Liszt, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 35 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921).
    • Prayer Adoramus Te, by Giovanni Perluigi da Palestrina, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 17 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919).
    • Prayer (Ancient Hebrew Melody), by D. Nowakowski, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 46 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943).
    • Prayer and Cradle Song, by Alexandre Guilmant, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 158 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921).
    • Prelude and Variations on a 16th-Century Evening Hymn of the Moravian Brethren, by James Barend Litzau, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 862 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1959).
    • Prelude in D Minor, by Louis Nicolas Clérambault, arr. by Alexandre Guilmant, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 31 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921).
    • Prelude on Two Old French Noëls, by Claude Balbastre, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 47 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943).
    • Preludio e Capriccio, by Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 16 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918).
    • Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi, by François Couperin, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 48 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944).
    • Reverie, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 79 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917).
    • Reverie, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 79 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924).
    • Romance: Andante Cantabile, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 205 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917, 1945).
    • Romance: Andante Cantabile, by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 205 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922).
    • Rondo from the Concerto for Flute Stop by Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 38 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925).
    • Saint Francis of Assisi Preaching to the Birds, by Franz Liszt, trans. for organ by Camille Saint-Saëns, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.).
    • Scene Réligieuse, by Jules Massenet, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 184 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922).
    • Sérénade, by Gabriel Pierné, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 183 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921).
    • Soeur Monique (Sister Monica), by François Couperin, arr. by Alexandre Guilmant, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 32 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921).
    • The Goldfinch, by Benjamin Cosyn, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 45 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940).
    • The King’s Hunt, by John Bull, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 6 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919).
    • Toccata from Oedipe a Thèbes, by Le Froid de Mereaux, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. The Organ, a Series of Compositions and Arrangements for the Pipe Organ (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1909). Pub. No. C.F.S.Co.1138.
    • Trio in F, by J.L. Krebs, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 33 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921).
    • Trumpet Voluntary, by Henry Purcell, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 39 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925).
    • Trumpet Voluntary, by Henry Purcell, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 39 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925, 1953).
    • Turkish March from “The Ruins of Athens” by Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. for two performers by Clarence Dickinson and Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood. Organ Duets arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson and Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood, No. 2 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929).
    • Tuutulaulu Lullaby, by Selim Palmgren, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. St. Cecilia Series of Compositions for the Organ, No. 189 (H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922).
    • Two Ancient Melodies, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 43 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939).
    • Variations on the Chorale “Thou Prince of Peace” by Johann Bernhard Bach, ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Historical Recital Series for the Organ, No. 11 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920).
    • Victory Prelude, by Harriet Ware, arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: G. Schirmer, c1939, 1941).
  4. Instrumental, Piano and Vocal Scores by Clarence Dickinson [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Archive Box 58-59]

    • Berceuse, by Clarence Dickinson, the Violin part arr. by Godfrey Ludlow. Attractive Pieces for Violin and Piano (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1925). Pub. No. C.F.S.Co.2286.
    • Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; Old French Noël arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Christmas Songs arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 7 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932).
    • Canzona for Violin and Piano, by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922).
    • Exaltation for Violin, Violoncello, Harp (or Piano) and Organ, by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916, 1944).
    • God Ever Near, sacred duet for two equal voices, poem by Thomas H. Gill, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916).
    • God, My Shepherd, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music by Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by Clarence Dickinson ((New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931, 1959). Includes scores for High, Medium, and Low voices.
    • In a Stable Mean and Lowly, Corsican folk song; English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Christmas Songs arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 5 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931).
    • In the Day of Battle, text by Bliss Carman, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918).
    • Jesu! Thou Dear Babe Divine, traditional Cradle Song from Hayti; English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Christmas Songs arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 2 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931).
    • Joseph, Tender Joseph Mine, Christmas song of the 14th century, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, accompaniment by Heinrich Reimann, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916).
    • My Day at the Mill, text by Albert R. Ledoux, folksong arr. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919).
    • Roads, text by Mary E. Baker, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919).
    • Six Songs, poems by Emily Dickinson, the musical settings by Clarence Dickinson (Chicago: Samuel Merwin and Co., c1897).
    • Stainless Soldier on the Walls, text by Ralph Waldo Emerson, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917).
    • Stainless Soldier on the Walls, text by Ralph Waldo Emerson, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). Includes scores for high and medium voices.
    • Still There Is Bethlehem, song for middle voice by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926).
    • The Dream Peddler, poem by Alice R. Goldenweiser, music by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931).
    • The Neighbors of Bethlehem (Les Voisins) from the “Collection de Choeurs” of F.A. Gevaert; English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music ed. by Clarence Dickinson. Christmas Songs arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 4 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931).
    • The Shepherds’ Christmas Song, English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Christmas Songs arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 1 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931).
    • The Shepherds’ Story, by Clarence Dickinson. Christmas Songs arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 6 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932).
    • The Song of the Angels, German traditional 18th century; English text by Helen A. Dickinson; music arr. from Heinrich Reimann by Clarence Dickinson. Christmas Songs arr. and ed. by Clarence Dickinson, No. 3 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931).
    • The Soul at Heaven’s Gate, a sacred folksong, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 17th century tune arr. by Reimann-Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915).
    • The Storm King Symphony [filed with Manuscript copies].
    • To the Infinite, English text by Helen A. Dickinson, music by Franz Schubert, ed. by Clarence Dickinson (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1919).
  5. Published Works by Other Composers or Arrangers used by Clarence Dickinson or found in his files [Anthems Listed Separately; Other Works Filed in Designated Archive Boxes] Anthems by Other Composers and Arrangers [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Filing Cabinet]

    Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, from Cantata No. 147 by J.S. Bach, edited by H.P. Allen. Church Music Society Reprints, No. 16A (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge & Oxford University Press, 1934). SATB with organ.

    • A Babe Lies in the Cradle by D. Corner, arr. by C.A. Lidgey. Sacred Quartettes, Anthems, etc. for Mixed Voices, No. 1368 (New York & London: Boosey & Co., c1910). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • A Ballad of Charles the Bold by Edward MacDowell. P.L. Jung’s Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 20 (New York: P.L. Jung, c1898). Pub. No. P.L.J. 445. TTBB.
    • A Ballad of Trees and the Master by Van Denman Thompson. Church Music Review No. 1146 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • A Blessing (Go Forth Into the World in Peace) by Martin Shaw. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 8668 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1927). Pub. No. 39313. SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • A Canticle of Peace, text from Isaiah, music by Joseph W. Clokey. Festival Choral Music (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Co., c1945). Pub. No. B-340. Unison with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • A Carol of Bells, by Doris Watson. Handbell Choir Series, No. 9 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1964). Handbells, combined children’s, youth, and mixed choirs, with optional accomp.
    • A Child Is Born, 17th century Danish carol translated by Maria Monrad, Danish folk melody arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional Christmas Carols, arr. by David Stanley Smith, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. II, No. 4 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1925). Pub. No. S. & B. 3361. SATB with accomp.
    • A Child Is Born in Bethlehem by G.W. Chadwick. Church Music Review, No. 245 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1909). SATB with piano.
    • A Chinese Christmas Carol, by Fan T’ien-hsiang (Bliss Wiant), ed. by T. Tertius Noble. Church Music Review, No. 1858 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1942, 1943). Unison with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • A Christmas Roundelay by Edward Margetson. Church Music Review, No. 1172 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Christmas Song by Lydia Harris Hamlin. Church Music Review, No. 758 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SSA with piano.
    • A Crown of Grace for Man Is Wrought (Es Ist Das Heil Uns Kommen Her), English words by W.G. Rothery, music by Johannes Brahms, Op. 29, No.1. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 884 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Festival Chime, words by Clifford Bax, Welsh melody “St. Denio” arr. for chorus and orchestra by Gustav Holst (London: Stainer & Bell, c1919). Pub. No. S. & B. 2153. SATB with piano.
    • A Good Thing It Is to Give Thanks, text from 92nd Psalm, music by Roberta Bitgood. Galaxy Music for the Church, No. 1515 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1945. SATB with Baritone (or Alton) solo and organ.
    • A Hymn of Brotherhood, words by Alfred Grant Walton, ancient Dutch melody arr. by Vaughan Ramsey. Church Music Review, No. 1980 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • A Hymn of Freedom by Eric H. Thiman. Church Music Review, No. 1683 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SATB with organ.
    • A Hymn of Supplication by Don McAfee. Church Music Review, No. 3033 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB in two parts with accomp.
    • A Hymn of Thanksgiving, words from the Book of Amos adapted by John J. Moment, music by Charlotte Lockwood Garden. Church Music Review, No. 2292 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • A Joyful Christmas Song by F.A. Gevaert. G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music: Christmas Anthems, No. 5075 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1907). SA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Late Lark Twitters from the Quiet Skies by William Y. Webbe. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Part-Songs and Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 5043 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1908). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Lenten Carol, words paraphrased from Isaiah 43, 19th century French music arr. by W. Glenn Darst. Church Music Review, No. 1847 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). Unison, SATB, descant, with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • A Litany, poem by Phineas Fletcher, music by William Walton. Oxford Choral Songs, No. 733 (London: Oxford University Press, c1930). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • A Little Christmas Carol (A Legend of Ireland) by Edward Shippen Barnes. (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1925). Pub. No. 13, 920. SATB with organ.
    • A Lowly Stable in Bethlehem by William R. Spence. (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1931). Pub. No. 14,520. SATB with organ.
    • A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, air and original text by Martin Luther, English version by Frederick H. Hedge, choral paraphrase by Carl F. Mueller. G. Schirmer Octavo Series, No. 9371 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1937, c1944). Pub. No. 40751. SATB with organ or piano.
    • A Paen of Praise by Jack H. Ossewaarde. Church Music Review, No. 2886 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with organ.
    • A Prayer for Brotherhood by Ross Hastings. Church Music Review, No. 2474 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • A Prayer for Christmas by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 3034 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB with organ.
    • A Prayer for Liberty, words from Book of Common Prayer, music by Claude Means. Church Music Review, No. 1782 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SATB with organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • A Psalm of Thanksgiving (Psalm XXI) by Walford Davies. (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Solo and SATB with organ.
    • A Russian Easter Alleluia, by Harvey Gaul. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 7105 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1928). Pub. No. 33552C. SATB with organ.
    • A Scotch Lullaby, words by John J. Moment, Scotch air arr. by Charlotte Garden. Church Music Review, No. 1977 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1946). SATB with children, accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders,Dickinson folders.
    • A Song in the Night, text from Wisdom 18:14-15 and Isaiah 30:29; music by R. Huntington Woodman. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 3884 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1898, 1926). Pub. No. 14022. SATB with baritone and soprano solos and organ. Dickinson folders.
    • A Song of David, words from Psalms 122 and 27, music by Harold Darke (London: Oxford University Press, c1956). SATB with organ, strings, and harp (orch. parts not included). Baker folders, Dickinson folders,Knight folders.
    • A Song of Joy, arr. from A.T. Gretchaninoff by Howard D. McKinney. The University Singers, No. 6690 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1933). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • A Song of Praise (Easter Song), words by Irene Gass, music by Eric H. Thiman, arr. by Hugo Norden. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Series, No. 1754 (New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1935, 1938, 1949). Pub. No. A.P.S. 15427-5. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • A Spotless Rose by Herbert Howells. Church Choir Library, No. 220 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1919). Pub. No. S.&B. 2185. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Abide with Me by Ivor Atkins. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 917 (New York: New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1908). SATB with accomp.
    • Above All Praise by Felix Mendelssohn. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 78 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Achieved Is the Glorious Work (from The Creation) by J. Haydn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 153 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Adeste Fideles: a Christmas Carol Service with Processiona and Recessional Hymns arr. J. Reading (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB.
    • Adoramus te, Christe (We Worship Thee, O Christ), edited by Walter Williams, music by Francesco Rosselli (16th century). St. Dunstan Edition of Sacred Music, No. 1205 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1932). Pub. No. E.C.S. 591. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Advent by Richard Bartmuss. Easy Cantatas for Church Festivals for Mixed Chorus with Organ or Orchestral Accompaniment, No. 10 (Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen’s Verlag, c1889 by G. Schirmer). Pub. No. H.V. 9416. SATB with organ.
    • Adventgesang by Johann Georg Herzog. Kirchliche Festgesänge für gemischten Chor, Heft 1, 2 (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, c1902). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 5530-5531. SATB unaccomp.
    • After Christmas, words by Peter Vincent, music by Hugh Baillie. Novello’s Carols, No. 621 (London: Novello & Co., c1958). Pub. No. 18713. Tenor and baritone soli, SATB, with organ.
    • All Breathing Life, Sing and Praise Ye the Lord (finale from the Motet “Sing Ye to the Lord”, by J.S. Bach, ed. by John Finley Williamson. Westminster Choir Series, No. 1 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1931. Pub. No. 35241. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • All Creatures of Our God and King, words trans. from the hymn of St. Francis of Assisi by W.H. Draper, music by E.T. Chapman. The Year Book Press Series of Unison and Part-Songs (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1928). SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • All Creatures of Our God and King, words trans. from the hymn of St. Francis of Assisi by W.H. Draper, music by E.T. Chapman. The Year Book Press Series of Unison and Part-Songs (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1928). SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • All Glory, Laud and Honor, Melody by M. Teschner, Setting by Noble Cain. Harold Flammer Choral Series, No. 81127 (Harold Flammer, Inc., c1940). SATB with piano.
    • All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name, words by E. Perronet, music by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 74. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music: General Anthems, No. 6440 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1915). Pub. No. 26106. SATB with piano or organ.
    • All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name by W.A. Goldsworthy. Church Music Review, No. 1860 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SATB with organ.
    • All Hail the Power, to the tune “Miles Lane” by W. Shrubsole, arr. by R. Vaughan Williams (London: Oxford University Press, c1938). Pub. No. N223-13. SATB, and congregation, with organ.
    • All Hail to the Days, 17th century English black letter ballad, XVII Century, 17th century English melody arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional Christmas Carols, arr. by David Stanley Smith, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. II, No. 8 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1925). Pub. No. S. & B. 3361. SATB with accomp.
    • All in the Morning, traditional English text, music by Ralph E. Marryott. Church Music Review, No. 1849 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • All Men, All Things Praise the Lord (from Lobegesang), by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 72 (London and New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 8069. SATB accomp.
    • All My Friends Forsake Me (Omnes amiei mei dereliquerunt me) by M. Haydn. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music No. 1012 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14769. SATB with organ.
    • All People That on Earth Do Dwell (The Old Hundredth), Verses I, II and IV from Ravenscroft’s Psalter, verses III and V from J.S. Bach’s Cantata No. 130, music edited by Gustav Holst. Series: Galaxy Festival Choruses, No. 7 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1920). Pub. No. S. & B. 2154. SATB with piano. Dickinson folders.
    • All Praise to God the Eternal (Russian Thanksgiving Anthem), arr. by Harvey Gaul. Fischer Edition Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 6521 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1931). SSA with organ.
    • All Praise to God the Eternal (Russian Thanksgiving Anthem), arr. by Harvey Gaul. Fischer Edition Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 6500 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1931). SATB with organ.
    • All Praise to God in Light Arrayed, words by Bishop Kerr, adapted by J.H. Cornell to music from Lohegrin by Richard Wagner, arr. for men’s voices by Sumner Salter. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 5722 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1889, 1913). Pub. No. 23784. Bass and Tenor solos, TTBB and organ.
    • All Things, text by Marion James (1952), music by John Leo Lewis (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1954). Pub. No. Sumco B-1629. Unison with piano or organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • All Things Are Thine, words by John G. Whittier, music by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2118 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1950). SATB with tenor solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • All Thy Works Praise Thee, words by John J. Moment, ancient Hebrew melody arr. by Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood. Church Music Review, No. 1087 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with alto solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • All Ye That Cried unto the Lord (from Lobgesang), by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 169 (London and New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 8069. Duet and SATB with accomp.
    • Alleluia by Mozart, arr. by Edward Keith Macrum (arr. from the motet “Exsultate Jubilate”). Church Music Series, No. N.Y. 555 (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1926). Mezzo-soprano solo with SATB, accomp.
    • Alleluia (from Regina Coeli, K.108) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. & ed. by John M. Glowacki (New York: Summy Publishing Co., c1957). Pub. No. Sumco 5028). Soprano solo with SATB and piano or organ.
    • Alleluia by Edgar Tinel. Partitur-Bibliothek, No. 2844 (Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel, c1942). Pub. No. 19369. SATB with organ.
    • Alleluia! Alleluia Let the Holy Anthem Rise, anonymous text, music based on the hymn tune “Ecclesia” by Sir Richard R. Terry and the melody of the Gregorian Paschal “Ite missa est” arr. by Frank Campbell-Watson. Church Music Review, No. 3035 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1969). SATB, organ and three solo trumpets.
    • Alleluia! Christ Is Risen (Easter Song of Little Russia), English version by Harvey Gaul, music by André Kopolyoff, arr. by Harvey Gaul. Easter Music Arranged by Harvey Gaul, No. 14081 (Boston & New York: Oliver Ditson Co., c1922). Pub. No. 75827-6. SATB with organ or piano. (Copies 3 and 4 are 1927 reprint). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Alleluia! Christ Is Risen (Russian Easter Song) by Andre Kopolyoff, arr. by Harvey Gaul. Choir Loft Choral Series, No. 332-14081 (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Oliver Ditson Co., Theodore Presser Co., c1927). Pub. No. 75827-6. SATB with organ or piano.
    • Alleluia! The Lord Liveth, text from Psalm 18:47, 118:22; St. John 16:20; I Cor. 15:20, 57; music by Cuthbert Harris. Church Music Review, No. 5 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1902. SATB with accomp.
    • Allelulia! To the Triune Majesty, words by Christopher Wordsworth, music by Richard Warner. Easter Choral Music, No. 5260 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Publishing Co., c1958). Pub. No. Sumco 5260. SATB with accomp.
    • Alleluja (Lasst uns erfreuen) by Nach Corner, arr. by C. Hirsch. Alte Passions-und Ostergesänge für Chor eingerichtet von Carl Hirsch (Kameln: H. Oppenheimer, n.d.). Pub. no. H.O. 789. Double SATB unaccomp.
    • Alleluja (Ostern) by J. von Berchem. Geistliche Chorgesänge alter Meister aus dem Repertoir des Altonaer Kirchenchors beiarbeitet von Felix Woyrsch (Berlin: Chr. Friedrich Vieweg, n.d.). Pub. No. V. 987. SATB unaccomp.
    • Alleluja! Christus Surrexit by Felice Anerio. Works Selected from the Programs of the Musical Art Society of New York, No. 4 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. no. 14337. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Alleluya, the Lord Send You Help from the Sanctuary, words selected by C.M. Armitage, music by Ernest Bullock. Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A65 (London: Oxford University Press, c1934). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Almighty and Everlasting God, collect for Third Sunday after Epiphany, music by Orlando Gibbons. The Musical Times, No. 129 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Almighty and Everlasting God, text trans. by A.T.B., music by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by E.H. Fellows. Tudor Church Music: Second Series, No. TCM36 (London: Oxford University Press, c1924). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Almighty God, Who by Thy Son by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by Philip Armes. The Musical Times, No. 772 (London: Novello & Co., c1907). Alto, SATB with organ.
    • Almighty God, Who Hast Me Brought by Thomas Ford. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 122 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Almighty God, Who Hast Me Brought by Thomas Ford, edited by A.T.D. (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1936). Pub. no. E.C.S. 1013. SATB with accomp. (if necessary).
    • Amen (9 nos.) from Choir Manual by Henry M. Dunham (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1897). Pub. no. 4-12-60059-7. SATB with accomp.
    • An Earthly Tree a Heavenly Fruit, by William Byrd, edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Church Choir Library, No. 246 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1923). Pub. No. S. & B. 2631. Two trebles, SATB, with accomp.
    • An Easter Carol by Eric H. Thiman. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. 321 (London: Novello & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 17127. SS with piano.
    • An Easter Laud, text from I Cor. 15:20-22 set to verse by Edward N. West, music by David A. Pizarro. Church Music Review, No. 2508 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SATB with organ and optional brass quintet and typani. (1 copy). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • An Old French Carol harmonized and arr. by Sydney Harrington. Stainer & Bell’s Church Choir Library (Anthems), no. 379 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1930). Pub. no. S.&B. 4156. TTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • And God Saw Everything That He Had Made (Recit. and Chorus “Achieved is the Glorious Work” from Creation by J. Haydn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, no. 152 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Pub. no. 8052. SATB with accomp.
    • And He That Doth Search the Hearts by J.S. Bach, ed. by John Finley Williamson. Westminster Choir Series, no.40 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1942). Pub. no. 3944C. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • And I Saw Another Angel by C.V. Stanford. Novello’s Short Anthems, no. 20 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Tenor and SATB with organ.
    • And I Saw Another Angel, words from Rev. 7:2,3,9,10,12, music by C.V. Stanford. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4499 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1904?). Pub. No. 17715. Tenor solo, SATB with organ.
    • And the Children of Israel from Israel in Egypt by G.F. Handel. Novello’s Short Choruses, no. 4 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Tenor recit. with double SATB and accomp.
    • And the Trees Do Moan, carol of the American whites arr. by Harvey Gaul. Three North American Christmas Carols arr. by Harvey Gaul (Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Co., c1929). Pub. NO. 14,319. SATB with piano or organ. Knight folders.
    • Angels and Shepherds, text by Bess Berry Carr, music by Margrethe Hokanson. Galaxy Octavo No. 1305 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1942). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Angels, Roll the Rock Away! By Francis W. Snow. Church Music Review, No. 1156 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ.
    • Angel Spirits Ever Blessed (Hymn to the Trinity, No.3), English words adapted from “The Cherubic Hymn” by W.G. Rothery, music by P. Tchaikovsky. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 861 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SSAATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • Angelus ad pastores (And the Angel Said unto Them) by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, ed. by W. Barclay Squire. Cantiones Sacrae Musical Settings of the Roman Liturgy ed. by Dom Samuel Gregory Ould, no. 65 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Annunciation Carol by John Rodgers. Church Music Review, No. 2697 (New York: H.W. Gray for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Antiphon to the Holy Spirit, words by A. Mary F. Robinson, music by Bryceson Treharne. Choral Art Series, No. 2329 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1942). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 9994. SATB with piano or organ.
    • Arise in Us: Anthem, words by John Masefield, music by Martin Shaw. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, Anth. 1178 (London: Novello and Co., c1931). Pub. No. 15749. SATB with organ.
    • Arise, O Lord, by W.D. Armstrong. From his Choruses, No. 9 (New York: Breitkopf & Härtel, c1913). Pub. No. NY 427. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Arise, Oh Ye Servants of God (Or sus, serviteurs du Seigneur), text from Psalm 134 edited by Frank Damrosch, music by J.P. Sweelinck (1562-1624) (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14,350. SSATBB with piano (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • Arise to Praise the Lord by Paul Held. Sacred Choruses, No. 58 New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with piano or organ.
    • Around the Manger, words by Robert Davis, music by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 115. Christmas Anthems (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1925. Pub. No. 13,913. SATB with piano or organ
    • Around the Manger, words by Robert Davis, music by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 115 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1925, 1929). Pub. No. 14,296. SSA with piano or organ.
    • As a Hart Longs by Emma Lou Diemer. Church Music Review, No. 2642 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SATB with accomp.
    • As Discords ‘Neath a Master’s Hand, words by Fred. T. Llewellyn, music by Mark Andrews. The Modern Series of Part Songs for All Voices, No. 64 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • As I Sat on a Sunny Bank by Harold Friedell. Galaxy Octavo No. 585 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1932). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • As It Began to Dawn by George C. Martin. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 953 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14630. SATB with organ.
    • As It Fell Upon a Night, words by Katherine K. Davis, music an English carol harmonized by Katherine K. Davis (New York: Galaxy Music Co., c1942). Pub. No. G.M. 1291-7. SATB, soprano descant, with piano.
    • As Joseph Was A-Walking from Carols for Christmastide set to music for Little Singers by George Fox. Novello’s Christmas Carols, No. 169 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Unison with piano.
    • As Lately We Watched, traditional Christmas carol based on the Austrian folk song, arr. by Charles Black. Church Music Review, No. 1358 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • As Pants the Hart (from Spohr’s Crucifixion) arr. by James Stimpson. The Musical Times, No. 175 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Soprano, SATB with accomp.
    • As Pants the Hart by Eric Thiman. Witmark Choral Library, No. 2546 (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1931). Pub. No. 19230. SATB with accomp. (optional).
    • As the Hart Pants (1st Movement) (42nd Psalm) composed by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 170 (London: Novello and Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, sole agents for USA), n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • As Torrents in Summer, words by Longfellow, music by Edward Elgar. Novello’s Part-Song Book, No. 796 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).Dickinson folders.
    • As Waves of a Storm-Swept Ocean (Insanae et vanae curae), by J. Haydn, accompaniment arr. for the organ by J. Barnby. Church Music Review, No. 1328 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • At Dawn When They Sought with Weeping (Es ein Gingen drei heilige Frauen), arr. by Carl Hirsch. Octavo Church Music, No. 660 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1909). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 2077. SATB unaccomp. Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • At Father’s Door by M.P. Moussorgsky, arr. by Deems Taylor. Songs of the Russian People, ed. by Kur Schindler, No. 12,846 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1915). SATB with piano.
    • At the Sepulcher, by Herbert W. Wareing. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 456 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1894). Bass Solo, Quartet, SATB with organ.
    • At Thy Feet, adapted from J.S. Bach (Geistliche Lieder) by S. Liddle. Church Choir Library, No. 142 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1912). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Auf Dich trau ich, mein Herr und Gott, by A. Scandellus, edited by G.W. Teschner. Geistliche Musik für Gemischte Chöre aud dem 16ten und 17ten Jahrhundert der Blüthezeit des deutschen Kirchengesanges. No. 6 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, n.d.). SATB unaccomp.
    • Aurora Coelum Purpurat (Christ Triumphant) by Pietro A. Yon. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 5378 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1924). Tenor, SATB with accomp.
    • Author of Life Divine, by Eric Thiman. The Witmark Choral Library, No. 2545 (New York: W. Witmark & Sons, c1931). Pub. No. 19229-4. SATB accomp.
    • Ave Maria (Give Ear Unto My Prayer), by Jacques Arcadelt. Series: Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 60 (London: Novello and Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Ave Verum (Angel Bands in Strains Sweet Sounding) by C. Saint-Saëns, ed. By John White. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 473 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890). Pub. No. 8188C. SATB with organ.
    • Ave Verum Corpus by Josquin de Près. Works Selected from the Programs of The Musical Art Society of New York, No. 34 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1898). Pub. No. 14348. SA with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Ave Verum Corpus (Hail, O Hail, True Body), by William Byrd. Tudor Church Music, No., TCM 3 (London [etc.]: Carnegie United Kingdom Trust by Oxford University Press, n.d.). Pub. No. O.U.P. 3. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Knight folders.
    • Ave Verum (Jesu, Word of God Incarnate) by Mozart. The Musical Times series, No. 190 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, Agents, n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Ave Verum (Jesu, Word of God Incarnate), by Edward Elgar, Op. 2, No. 1. Cantiones Sacrae No. 36 (London & New York: Novello and Co., c1902). SATB.
    • Ave Verum (Jesu, Word of God Incarnate), by Edward Elgar. Church Music Review, No. 39 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1902, 1930). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Knight folders.
    • Ave Verum Corpus (Hail, O Hail, True Body), by William Byrd. Tudor Church Music, No. TCM3 (London: Oxford University Press, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders.
    • Ave Verum (Saviour, Breathe Forgiveness), by Haydn, arr. by Max Engel. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 371 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1889). SATB with organ.
    • Awake, Arise! by H. Clough-Leighter. Quartets of Sacred Choruses, Series X, No. 1156 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1916). Pub. No. 5091. SATB with organ.
    • Awake, Awake to Love and Work, text by G.A. Studdert-Kennedy, music based on a melody from The Union Harmony (Virginia, 1848) by Eric H. Thiman. Church Music Review, No. 2411 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Awake, Awake, with Holy Rapture Sing, words by S. Childs Clarke, music by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 660 (London: Novello & Co., c1900). SATB with organ.
    • Awake, My Heart by Jane M. Marshall. Church Music Review, No. 2648 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SAB with accomp.
    • Awake My Love by W. Gericke (Mendelssohn Glee Club, c1891). TTBB unaccomp.
    • Awake, My Soul by P. Tshesnokoff, arr. by H. Clough-Leighter. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 13,769 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1924). SATTB with organ.
    • Awake the Harp (from The Creation), by Haydn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 150 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, n.d.). Pub. No. 8052. SATB with tenor recit. (“And the Heavenly Host), accomp.
    • Awake, Thou That Sleepest by Arthur Bergh. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music: Easter Anthems, No. 6460 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1916). Pub. No. 26418. SATB with organ.
    • Awake, Thou That Sleepest by Arthur Foote. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, Fourth Series, No. 371 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1897). Pub. No. A.P.S. 4210-6. Bass, SATB with organ.
    • Awake, Thou Wintry Earth (Dem wir das Heilig itzt) from the cantata “Gelobet sei der Herr” by Johann Sebastian Bach, English words by Thomas Blackburn, ed. by H. Clough-Leighter. E.C. Shirmer Sacred Music, No. 1169 (Boston: E.C. Shirmer, c1931). Pub. No. E.C.S. 555. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Awake Us, Lord, and Hasten by J.S. Bach, organ part arr. by H.A. Chambers. The Musical Times, No. 1083 (London: Novello & Co., c1933). SATB with organ.
    • Away in a Manger, by Orvis Ross (1940). Music for Christmas, No. 1306 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1942). SATB and contralto solo with organ.
    • Ballad of the Kremlin (Siberian Prison Song) by V.N. Garteveld, arr. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,856 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). Double TTBB with piano.
    • Basque Christmas Carol (Villancico Vasco), English version by John Phelps, Castillian version by Fr. G.G. Pintado, S.J., music arr. by Frederick Erickson. Series: Church Music Review, No. 990 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1928). SATB with Castanets, Finger Cymbals, and Tambourine; with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Battle Hymn of the Republic, Poem by Julia Ward How, Tune by William Steffe, arr. by Roy Ringwald (Delaware Water Gap, Penn.: Shawnee Press, c1943). From Waring Choral Series, No. A-28. SATB with Baritone solo and four-hand piano.
    • Be Not Afraid from Elijah by Mendelssohn. Ditson & Co.’s Oratorio Choruses, First Series, No. 823 (Boston [etc.]: O. Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB accomp.
    • Be Not Afraid, O Mary (Ne timeas Maria), by T.L. da Vittoria. Church Music Society Reprints, No. 15 (London: Church Music Society, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Be Strong in the Lord by Sydney H. Nicholson. Curwen Edition No. 71528 (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1919). Boys’ voices SS with organ.
    • Be Ye Therefore Followers of God by Alfred S. Baker. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 471 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1894). SATB with organ.
    • Because of Thy Great Bounty, words by Grace Noll Crowell, music by Elinor Remick Warren. Church Music Review, No. 1443 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with soprano solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Before the Heavens Were Spread Abroad by Horatio W. Parker. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 440 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1893). SATB with organ.
    • Behold a Star from Jacob Shining (from Christus), by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, words arranged by H.W.F. from Numbers 24:7, edited and the organ part arr. by A.T.D. From Schirmer’s Music for Christmas, Group III (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1936). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 987. SATB with organ.
    • Behold, God Is My Helper by John Stainer. Music for Parish Choirs: Anthems and Services (New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Behold, I Bring You Glad Tidings, text from Motett Society’s Publication No. 76, music by Giovanni Croce. The Musical Times, No. 133 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Behold, I Bring You Good Tidings, by Tomaso Ludovico da Vittoria. The Musical Times, No. 90 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATTB with accomp.
    • Behold Now, Praise the Lord, text from Psalm 134, music by Everett Titcomb. Wood Octavo Series, No. 457 (Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1938). SATB with organ. Pub. No. 7361-9. Baker folders, Dickinson folders,Knight folders.
    • Behold Now, Praise the Lord, text from Psalm 134, music by Everett Titcomb. Wood Octavo Series, No. 631 (Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1943). Pub. No. 6564-7. Two parts with organ.
    • Behold, O God Our Defender, text from Psalm 84:9-10, music by Herbert Howells. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. 312 (London: Novello & Co., c1953). Pub. No. 17886. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Behold, O God Our Defender by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2929 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1966). SATB with organ.
    • Behold That Star! by H.T. Burleigh. G. Ricordi & Co.’s Collection of Part-Songs and Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. N.Y. 785 (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1928). SATB with organ.
    • Behold, the Tabernacle of God, by Healey Willan. Church Music Series, No. 427 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1934). Pub. No. CC 26627-4. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Behold, What Manner of Love, by Edward Norman Hay. Church Choir Library, No. 241 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1923). Pub. No. S. & B. 2573. SATB with organ. (1 copy).
    • Beloved Le Us Love One Another, by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Octavo Series, No. 1483 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1927). Pub. No. 13794-4. SATB, baritone solo, with accomp.
    • Benedicite in G, by Francis Jackson. Oxford Church Music, No. 520 (London: Oxford University Press, c1951). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Benedicite Omnia Opera, set to music in the Key of E flat by Frank Scherer. Church Music Review, No. 2061 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1948). SATB with organ. Baker folders,Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Benedicite Omnia Opera, short, simple setting by Leopold Stokovski. Church Music Review, No. 92 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1908). Two-part with accomp. Baker folders,Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Benedictus from Missa Solemnis by Ed. Grell, ed. by C.B. Hawley. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 519 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890). Pub. No. 8826. Double SATB with organ.
    • Benedictus, set to music in the key of D minor by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 1057 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with organ.
    • Benedictus, set to music in the key of A flat by David McK. Williams. Series: Church Music Review, No. 1408 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1936). Unison with occasional second part, with organ.
    • Benedictus es, Domine by George Powers. Church Music Review, No. 2640 (New York: H.W. Gray for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SA-TB (two-part) with organ.
    • Benedictus es, Domine, by Everett Jay Hilty (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Publishing Co., c1957). Pub. No. Sumco 5026. SATB with organ.
    • Benedictus es, Domine (in C), by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Octavo Series, No. 1582 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1932). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14569-3. SATB with organ.
    • Benedictus es Domine in G by Norman Coke-Jephcott. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition No. 1485 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1927). Pub. No. 13814-3. SATB with accomp.
    • Benedixisti Domine (Thou Gavest Thy Blessing) by Steffano Bernardi, tr. By Carl A. Rosenthal. G. Schirmer’s Octavos from the Polyphonic Period of Choral Song, No. 9235 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1943). Pub. No. 40299Cx. SSATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Beside Thy Cradle by J.S. Bach. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 204 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Bethany, O Peaceful Habitation by Sorensen, ed. and arr. by James Christian Pfohl. Moravian Church Choral Music: Series I, no. 102 (Charlotte, NC: Brodt Music Co., c1945). SATB with accomp.
    • Bethlehem, a Christmas Carol arr. by Lucius Hopkins Miller (Princeton, NJ: Lucius Hopkins Miller, c1914). Two-part treble with accomp.
    • Beyond Life’s Evening Star by H. Alexander Matthews. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 13,917 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1925). Pub. No. 75327-8. SATB with organ.
    • Beyond the Starry Skies, by W. Rhys-Herbert. Fischer Edition Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 3065 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1902). SATB with organ.
    • Blessed Are the Dead Which Die in the Lord by C. Villiers Standford; and Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peaceby T. Tallis Trimnell. The Musical Times, No. 522 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Blessed Are the Men Who Fear Him from Elijah by Mendelssohn. From Ditson & Co.’s Oratorios Choruses, First Series, No. 9 (Boston [etc.]: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB accomp
    • Blessed Are the Men Who Fear Him from Elijah by Mendelssohn. From Oliver Ditson Company’s Oratorios and Cantatas, Second Series, No. 824 (Boston [etc.]: O. Ditson Co., n.d.). SATB accomp.
    • Blessed Are They Which Do Hunger, words by Anne Campbell, music by Ward-Stephens, arr. by the composer. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8395 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1921, 1939. Pub. No. 38621C. SATB and soprano solo with organ.
    • Blessed Art Thou, O Lord (Benedictus es, Domine) by Edward Shippen Barnes. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition No. 1577 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1932). Pub. No. 14554-3. SATB with accomp.
    • Blessed Art Thou, O Lord (Benedictus es, Domine), by Robert Crandell (New York: Canyon Press, c1951). SATB, SA or TB, with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Blessed Art Thou, O Lord of Our Fathers (Benedictus es), by Martin Shaw. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 1181 (London: Novello & Co., c1941). Pub. No. 16999. SATB with organ.
    • Blessed Be the God and Father, text from 1 Peter:3-5, 15-17, 22-25, music by Samuel Sebastian Wesley. Series: Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 15 (London: Novello, Ewer and Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • Blessed Be the King by Philip James. Church Music Review, No. 2574 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1959). SATB with organ.
    • Blessed Be the Lord by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by H. Elliot Button. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 895 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Blessed City, Heav’nly Salem by Charles Villiers Stanford. Church Choir Series No. 159 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1913). Pub. No. S.&B. 1332. SATB with organ.
    • Blessed, He by Franck. G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music: General Anthems, No. 4930 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 19612. Baritone, SATB with organ.
    • Blessed Is the Man, by P.I. Tschaikowsky, the English adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4133 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Blessed Is the Man, by S. Rachmaninoff, Op. 37, No. 3, edited by Winfred Douglas. Songs of the Church, No. 3 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1920, 1948). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders,Knight folders.
    • Blessed Jesu, Fount of Mercy, music from the Stabat Mater by Dvořák. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 286 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Blest Are the Pure in Heart, by R.S. Eaton (London: Oxford University Press, c1943). Pub. No. 51011. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Bone Pastor by Miguel Hilarion Eslava, ed. by R.R. Terry. Cantiones Sacrae, No. 48 (London: Novello & Co., c1907). SATB with organ.
    • Born To-day! (Hodie Christus Natus Est), by J.P. Sweelinck, edited by C.F.M. Wood Octavo Series: Sacred, No. 291 (Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1933). Pub. No. 7125-13. SSATB with organ. Baker folders,Dickinson folders.
    • Born To-day! (Hodie Christus Natus Est), composed by J.P. Sweelinck, ed. by W. Barclay Squire. Church Music Review, No. 1461 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Knight folders.
    • Born To-day! (Hodie Christus Natus Est), by J.P. Sweelinck, ed. by W. Barclay Squire. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 961 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, n.d.). SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • Bow Down Thine Ear by Horatio W. Parker. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music: General Anthems, No. 3551 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890, 1918). Pub. No. 9030C. SATB with organ.
    • Bow Down Thine Ear, O Lord, by Arensky, ed. and adapted by A.M. Henderson. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4162 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Bow Down Thine Ear, O Lord, by A.S. Arensky (1861-1906). Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4162 (Glen Rock, N.J.: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916, 1944). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders,Knight folders.
    • Bow Down Thine Ear, O Lord, by Henry Purcell, ed. and the organ part realized by Arthur Mendel. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8772 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1941). Pub. No. 39591C. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Bow Thine Ear, O Lord, composed by William Bird, organ part by Vincent Novello. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 118 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATTB with organ.
    • Bread of Heaven, on Thee We Feed, by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Octavo Series, No. 1635 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1937). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14872-2. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Break Forth into Joy by Frederick R. Greenish. The Parish Choir, No. 1708 (Boston: The Parish Choir, 1916). SATB with accomp.
    • Break Forth into Thanksgiving by Martin Shaw. Novello’s Part-Song Book, No. 1438 (London: Novello & Co., c1929). Pub. No. 15471. SATB with piano.
    • Break Forth, O Beauteous, Heav’nly Light and How Brightly Gleams the Star by J.S. Bach. Chorales for Mens Voices, No. 1-2 (N.p., n.d.). TTBB unaccomp.
    • Breathe on Me, Breath of God by Van Denman Thompson. Church Music Review, No. 1137 (New York: H.W. Gray for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ.
    • Bressan Noel, arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional French Carols, arr. by David Stanley Smith, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. I, No. 8 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1924). Pub. No. S. & B. 3051. SATB with accomp.
    • Bring Costly Offerings (Tollite Hostias), by C. Saint-Saëns, adapted to English words and the organ part arr. by Max Engel. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 397 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1889). Pub. No. 7294. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Brother James’s Air (Marosa), arr. by Gordon Jacob. Oxford Choral Songs, No. 763 (London: Oxford University Press, c1934). SATB with piano. Dickinson folders.
    • Build Thee More Stately Mansions, by Mark Andrews. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 6862 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1920). Pub. No. 29503C. SATB with baritone solo and organ.
    • By the Beautiful Blue Danube by Johann Strauss. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Part-Songs and Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 4728 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1906). Pub. No. 18692. TTBB with piano.
    • By the Waters of Babylon, by Philip James. Church Music Review, No. 636 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • By Thy Glorious Death and Passion by A. Dvořák. Church Music Review, No. 1574 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • By Thy Glorious Death and Passion by A. Dvořák Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 742 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Bÿlinka (A Legend of Kieff), Ancient Russian folksong arr. by A.D. Kastalsky, ed. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,844 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Caligaverunt Oculi Mei (Now Are Mine Eyes Grown Dim), by Michael Haydn (No. 8 from Twelve Passion Motets, ed. by Otto Schmid-Dresden). G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 949 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14642. SATB with organ.
    • Calls to Worship, by Sumner Salter (New York: G. Schirmer, c1905). Pub. No. 18090. SATB with organ.
    • Cantate Domino, Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 78, No. 3. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 6585 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1916, 1944). Pub. No. 27025C. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Cantate Domino by Hans Leo von Hassler, arr. by A.T. Davidson. Harvard University Glee Club Collection: Part Songs for Men’s Voices, No. 68 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1924). Pub. No. E.C.S. 88. TTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Cantate Domino by David McK. Williams. Church Music Review, No. 1086 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Cantate Domino (O Sing Unto the Lord), by Heinrich Schütz, trans. by Lowell P. Beveridge. Columbia University Choir Series for Mixed Voices, No. 7; also G. Schirmer’s Octavos, No. 8678 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1941). Pub. No. 39342. SATB with organ.
    • Cantate Domino (O Sing Unto the Lord) by Hans Leo Hassler. St. Dunstan Edition of Sacred Music ed. by Walter Williams, No. 1262 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1935). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal)
    • Cantate Domino (Sing Unto the Lord), by Leo Hassler, rev. and arr. by C.A. Terry. BMI Choral Edition, No. 105 (New York: Broadcast Music, c1942. SATB with piano or organ.
    • Canticle of Joy by R. Deane Shure. The New Sacred Edwin H. Morris Choral Library, No. 982 (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., c1945). SATB with piano.
    • Carillon, Carilla (A Christmas Carol), by Peter Warlock. Novello’s Christmas Carols, No. 464 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, c1930). Pub. No. 15647. SATB with organ.
    • Carillon for Christmas, by Gordon Young. Church Music Review, No. 3030 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1968). SATB with accomp.
    • Carl Grape in Dessau by Richard Bartmuss, ed. and rev. by G.L. (Leipzig: Röderischen Officin, c1889). Pub. No. F.L. 493. SATB with organ.
    • Carol for a New-Born King, music and text by Mary E. Caldwell. Church Music Review, No. 2893 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with organ.
    • Carol for New Year’s Day. Christmas Carols New and Old, No. 51 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Unison and SATB with accomp.
    • Carol-Noel, words and music by Peter J. Wilhousky. Choral Works, No. 6520 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1949). Pub. No. 30661-10. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Carol), by M. Leontovich arr. by Peter J. Wilhousky. Choral Works, No. 4604 (New York: Carl Fisher, c1936). Pub. No. CC27724-4. SATB with piano or organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders.
    • Carol of the Provincetown Portuguese, by Harvey Gaul. Church Music Review, No. 1963 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1945). SATB with organ.
    • Carol of the Russian Children, arr. by Harvey B. Gaul. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music: Christmas Anthems, No. 6770 (New York & Boston: G. Schirmer, c1918). Pub. NO. 28575. SATB with organ.
    • Carol of the Sheep Bells by Richard Kountz (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c 1940). Pub. No. G.M. 1080-5. SATB with piano or organ. Baker folders, Knight folders.
    • Carpathian Folk-Song by Patty Stair. Eastman’s Part-Songs and Choruses, No. 4 (Cleveland: The Eastman Co., c1909). TTBB with piano.
    • Cast Me Not Away from Thy Presence, by Samuel Sebastian Wesley. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 975 (London: Novello & Co., n.d. SSATT with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Cherubim Song (in F), by N. Rimsky-Korsakoff, the English adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4118 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1914). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Cherubim-Song (No. 3) (from the Church Russian), by P. Tschaikowsky. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 561 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1898). Pub. No. 13820. SATB with piano or organ.
    • Cherubim-Song (No. 7) (from the Church Russian), by D.S. Bortnyansky arr. by P. Tschaikowsky. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 560 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1898). Pub. No. 13819. SATB with piano or organ.
    • Child Jesus (Barn Jesus) by Niels Gade, arr. Frank and Marie Pooler. Traditional Carols of Scandinavia, No. TC12 (Minneapolis: Augsburg Pub. House, c1955). SAB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Chor der Engel (Choruis of Angels) by Franz Schubert. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 4282 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1903). Pub. No. 16612. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Chor der Magier (Coro dei Maggi) (Chorus of the Magi) by Berlioz, piano arr. by Otto Taubmann. Volksausgabe Breitkopf & Härtel, No. 2009 (Leipzig: Verlag von Breitkopf & Härtel, c1904). Pub. No. V.A. 2009. SATB with piano.
    • Choral Sentences by Frederick Maxson. The Choral Service: Mixed Voices, No. 797 (Boston: White-Smith Music Pub. Co., c1913). Pub. No. 14347-7. SATB with accomp.
    • Choral Service set to music by F. Maxson. Church Music Review, No. 300 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1911). SATB with organ.
    • Chorus of Harvesters (All Fruits Whatsoever), by César Franck. Commonwealth Series, No. 386 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1928). SSTB with piano.
    • Christ in the Universe, by David McK. Williams. Series: Church Music Review, No. 1112 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1931). Soprano solo, SATB, with organ.
    • Christ Is Risen, adapted from the First Mass by Mozart, the accompaniment arr. from the score by Joseph Barnby, ed. by David McK. Williams. Series: Church Music Review, No. 1263 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with organ.
    • Christ Is Risen, by C. Warwick Jordan. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 666 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Christ Is Risen from the Dead, by Cuthbert Harris. Octavo Series, No. 1583 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1932). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14570-5. SATB with organ.
    • Christ Is Risen from the Dead by E.H. Turner. The Musical Times, No. 325 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Christ Is the World’s True Light, melody by J.S. Bach, arr. by John Coor. The Musical Times Series, No. 1339 (London: Novello & Co., c1954). Pub. No. 18000. SATB with organ.
    • Christ, of All My Hopes the Ground, adapted from Handel’s “Theodora) by H.A. Chambers. The Musical Times, No. 1170 (London: Novello & Co., c1940). Pub. No. 16910. SATB with organ.
    • Christ of the Fields and Flowers, by Harvey Gaul. Sacred Choruses for Mixed Voices with Organ, No. 869 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1938). SATB with soprano solo and organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders,Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Christ Our Passover by William G. Hammond. Church Music Review, No. 1161 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ.
    • Christ Our Passover by Martin Shaw. The Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, ed. by E. Stanley Roper, No. A.68 (London: Oxford Univ. Press, c1935). Double SATB unaccomp.
    • Christ Our Passover, by Max Vogrich. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 164 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1887). Pub. No. 4943. SATB with organ.
    • Christ Rising Again, by William Byrd. Robert Shaw Choral Series, No. 551 (New York: Lawson-Gould Music Publisher, G. Shirmer, agents, c1955). SSATBB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Christ the Lord Is Risen Again by Paul C. Van Dyke. Church Music Review, No. 2569 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1959). SATB with organ.
    • Christ the Lord Is Risen Again, Mediaeval French melody adapted and arr. by W.R. Voris. Arthur P. Schmidt Octavo Edition, No. 1488 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1927). Pub. No. 13838-3. SATB with accomp.
    • Christ Went Up Into the Hills, by Elinor Remick Warren. Church Music Review, No. 660 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Christ Went Up Into the Hills, by Elinor Remick Warren. Church Music Review, No. 1141 New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SSAA with organ.
    • Christ, Whose Glory Fills the Skies, by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. The Albany Diocesan Choir Festival Series, No. CM622 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1942). Pub. No. CC29308-6. SATB with organ. Baker folders,Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Christen People, 17th Century Italian carol arr. by John Reymes-King. Church Music Review, No. 1785 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1942). SATB with organ.
    • Christians, Awake! Old Yorkshire carol arr. by Gustav Klemm (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1944). Pub. No. G.M. 1462-2. SATB unaccomp.
    • Christkindleins Wiegenlied from Drei Gesänge gemischten Chor von A. von Othegraven (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, c1904). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 5683. SATB unaccomp.
    • Christlied, from Drei ernste Gesänge für gemischten Chor by G. Reichardt, Op. 33 (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, n.d.) Pub. No. 8429. SATB unaccomp.
    • Christmas Day by Gustav von Holst. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 983 (London: Novello & Co., c1910). Mezzo-Soprano, SATB with accomp.
    • Christmas Day Is Come, music based on an Irish carol harmonized and choral version by Katherine K. Davis. Galaxy Octavo, No. 1099 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1940). SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Knight folders.
    • Christmas in the Wood by Mabel Daniels. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 6840 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1934). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Christmas Joy by Edward Shippen Barnes. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1497 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1927). Pub. No. 13978-3. SATB with organ.
    • Christmas Song, English version by Th. Baker, music by Peter Cornelius arr. by Walter Damrosch. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 2557 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1897). Pub. No. 13743X. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Knight folders.
    • Christmas Song by Ernst Christoph Homburg (1605-1681), by H. von Herzogenberg. G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music, No. 2553 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1897). Pub. No. 13667. SSATBB unaccomp. Baker folders.
    • Christmas Song of the 14th Century arr. by Healey Willan. Sacred Choruses, No. 49 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915, 1943). SATB with organ.
    • Christnacht by Karl Seiffert, ed. by Robert Prutz (Bremen: Schweers & Haake, n.d.). Pub. No. S.&H. 869, 870. SATB unaccomp.
    • Christ’s Bell, carol anthem, by Alfred Hollins. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1219 (London: Novello & Co., c1936). Pub. No. 16411. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Christus ist des Gesetzes Ende by Rob. Schwalm from Drei geistliche Gesänge von Robert Schwalm, No. 1 (Leipzig and Zürich: Gebrüder Hug & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. G.H. 4306. SATB unaccomp.
    • City of God by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2887 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with organ.
    • City of High Renown from Hora Novissima by Horatio W. Parker. Church Music Review, No. 1111 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). Alto, SATB with piano.
    • Classic Canons ed. by Herman Reichenbach (New York: Music Press, c1943). Mixed voices unaccomp.
    • Climb Ev’ry Mountain from The Sound of Music by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Williamson Music Inc. Choral Series, No. 185 (New York: Williamson Music, c1959 & 1960). Pub. No. 1087-9. SATB with piano.
    • Come, All Ye Who Weary by Robert Elmore and Robert B. Reed. Christmas Carols by Robert Elmore and Robert B. Reed, No. 8114 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1944). SATB with organ.
    • Come, Come, My Voice, adapted from “Bist du bei mir” by J.S. Bach, the mean parts and accompaniment by Alfred Whitehead (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1938). Pub. No. 80736. SATB with organ.
    • Come Heart and Tell by Michael Prätorius, and Praise God Ye People, Praise the Lord by Melchior Vulpius, ed. by Carl F. Pfatteicher. Carl Fischer’s Choir Music Edition, No. 172 (Boston: Carl Fischer, c1925). SATB unaccomp.
    • Come, Holy Ghost, hymn for Whitsuntide by Thomas Attwood. The Musical Times, No. 170 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls Inspire, by Mark Andrews. Church Music Review, No. 316 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912 [copy 2 c1940]). Baritone solo or Unison men alternating with SATB.
    • Come Let Us Join Our Cheerful Songs, by Norman Churchill. Ambrose Edition of Church Music, No. 81 (London: Aambrose Abbott and Co., c1904). SATB with organ.
    • Come, Let Us Join Our Cheerful Songs, by Claude Means. Fischer Edition Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 8408 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1948). SATB with organ.
    • Come, Let Us Rejoice, from William Byrd’s Psalms, Songs and Sonnets (1611), No. 16. The English Madrigal School, ed. By Edmund Horace Fellowes, Vol. XIV (London: Stainer & Bell, c1920). Pub. No. S. & B. 2201. SSAT (i.e., SATB) with piano.
    • Come, Let Us Worship: Anthem for General Use, by Palestrina (London: Novello and Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer and Co., n.d.). From Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 59. SATB.
    • Come, My Dear Old Lady, Spanish Carol ed. and arr. by Walter Ehret. International Christmas Carols, No. 2538 (New York: Walton Music Co., c1968). SSA with piano.
    • Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life! by Godfrey Sampson. The Musical Times, No. 1149 (London: Novello & Co., c1938). Pub. No. 16606. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life, by Philip Tomblings. Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A.12 (London: Oxford University Press, c1927). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Come, O Blessed Lord, Thou Light of Life, by Tschaikowsky, edited and adapted to English words by A.M. Henderson. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4178; Choral Album No. 1214 (London: Bayley & Ferguson, assigned to J. Fischer & Bro.,New York, c1915). SATB with accomp.
    • Come, O Thou Traveller Unknown, by T. Tertius Noble, Op. 8, No. 6. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4842 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 19392. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders,Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Come Thou Holy Spirit, by Alan Gray (London: Stainer & Bell, c1918). Pub. No. S.&B 1918. SATB with organ.
    • Come, Thou Almighty King, by W. Berwald. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 5746 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1913). Pub. No. 24170. TTBB with accomp.
    • Come Unto Him, by James P. Dunn (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1920). Pub. No. J.F. & B. 4877-4. From Choruses in Octavo Form. SATB.
    • Come Ye Lofty, Come Ye Lowly by Harvey B. Gaul. Church Music Review, No. 1169 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with piano.
    • Come, Ye Thankful People, Come by W.A. Goldsworthy. Church Music Review, No. 1879 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SA Junior choir with SATB and organ.
    • Cometh Earth’s Latest Hour from Hora Novissima by Horatio W. Parker. Church Music Review, No. 696 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SATB with accomp.
    • Comfort, O Lord, the Soul of Thy Servant, extracted from Dr. Crotch’s “Be Merciful” and newly arr. by John Goss. The Musical Times, No. 320 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer, & Co., H.W. Gray, agents, n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Communion Hymn, by Mary Pickens Opie. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 7370 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1929). Pub. No. 34752. SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Communion Service (Based on Christmas Carols) by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Witmark Sacred Choral Library, No. 5-W3502 (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1955). Pub. :No. 21163-12. SATB with organ. Knight folders.
    • Communion Service (For the Festival of Easter), by Richard Dirksen. Church Music Review, No. 2821 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1964). SATB, Trumpets I & II, Trombones I & II, Timpani and organ.
    • Confortare (Be Strong and of a Good Courage) by George Dyson. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. 314 (London: Novello & Co., c1953). Pub. No. 17887. SATB with accomp. Baker folders.
    • Consecration, by William Robert Davis. Church Music Review, No. 2071 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1948). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Corpus Christi (An Old English Carol), by Peter Warlock. Curwen Edition No. 61124 (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1921). Contralto and Tenor Soli with SATB and piano (for rehearsal).
    • Corpus Christi, an old English carol set for contralto and tenor soli and chorus of mixed voices by Peter Warlock. G. Schirmer’s Sacred Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 8648 (New York: G. Schirmer by J. Curwen & Sons, London, agents, c1921). Pub. No. 39232c. SATB with soprano and alto solos and piano (for rehearsal).Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Coventry Carol, original tune (1591) arr. by J. Julius Baird. Church Music Review, No. 1707 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SATB with soprano solo and accomp. (for rehearsal).Knight folders.
    • Cradle Hymn, music from Harmonia Sacra (1753) arr. by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2492 (New York: H.W. Gray Co. for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Knight folders.
    • Cradle Song by E.A. MacDowell. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 120 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1890). Pub. No. APS 2202. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Credo, from the Russian liturgy, music by A. Gretchaninoff, arr. by N. Lindsay Norden. Russian Choruses with English Texts, No. 1068 (Boston: Boston Music Co.; New York: G. Schirmer, c1913). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 3930. SSAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Dance of Gnomes by E.A. MacDowell. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Series (Men’s Voices), No. 124 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1890). Pub. No. A.P.S. 2203-2. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Danklied by G. Thomas. Drei geistliche Lieder, No. 3 (Leipzig: D.F.W. Siegel’s Musikalienhandlung, n.d.). Pub. No. 12315. SATB unaccomp.
    • Darest Thou Now, O Soul? Words by Walt Whitman, music by David McK. Williams. Series: Church Music Review, No. 846 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1926). Pub. No. 734-8. Soprano solo, SATB, with organ.
    • Das Pfingstwunder (Apostelgesch. 1, 1-4), by Johannes Böttcher, Op. 2, No. 3 from Die Festgeschichten auf die drei hohen kirchlichen Feste, No. 3 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, n.d.). Pub. No. 13013. SATB unaccomp.
    • Das ist der Stein by Robert Schwalm. Drei geistliche Gesänge, No. 2 (Leipzig und Zürich: Gebrüder Hug & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. G.H. 4307. SATB unaccomp.
    • Dear Lord, Who Once Upon the Lake, by Van Denman Thompson. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music: General Anthems, No. 7666 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1932). SATB, soprano solo, with organ.
    • Deck Thyself, My Soul, with Gladness, by George Frideric Handel, ed. and accompaniment arr. by E. Harold Geer. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 6468 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1940). Pub. No. 77949X. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Deliver Us by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by Roy Harris. G. Schirmer Octavo No. 8983 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1943). Pub. No. 40161. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Deliver Us, O Lord by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 849 (London: Novello & Co., c1906). SATB with accomp.
    • Dem neugebor’nen Kindlein, arr. by Edmund Parlow. Altdeutsche und Altböhmische Weihnachtslieder für Frauenchor, No. 5 (Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, c1912). Pub. No. 6328. SSAA unaccomp.
    • Der Heinzelmännchen by Felix Draeske (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, n.d.) Pub. No. 7162. SATB unaccomp.
    • Der Herr bricht ein um Mitternacht. Fünf geistliche Lieder, No. 5 (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, c1908). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 6239. SATB unaccomp.
    • Der Zacharias (etc.) by Johann Eccard, arr. by Carl Riedel. Neun ausgewählte Preusfische Fest-Lieder, No. I (Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt, n.d.). SSATB unaccomp.
    • Descants on Familiar Hymns by Peter Christian Lutkin. Aeolian Choral Series, No. 2035 (Chicago: H.T. FitzSimons Co., c1931). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Die heilige Nacht, by W. Venus, Op. 19. Neue Werke für gemischten Chor mit Orchester oder Pianoforte-Begleitung, No. 1 (Leipzig: Luckhardt, c1898). Pub. No. J.F. 1261. SATB with orchestra and organ.
    • Die Osterbotschaft, text from Matt. 28:1-6, by Johannes Böttcher, Op. 2, No. 2 from Die Festgeschichten auf die drei hohen kirchlichen Feste, No. 2 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, n.d.). Pub. No. 13012. SATB unaccomp.
    • Die Wetterwolken, by Cäsar Cui, Op. 53, No. 6 (Leipzig: M.P. Belaieff, 1895). Pub. No. 1213-1219. SATB unaccomp.
    • Dismiss Me Not Thy Service, Lord, by Austin C. Lovelace. Church Music Review, No. 2453 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Divine Praise (Kol Slaven) by Dmitri Sepanovitch Bortniansky, rev. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russia People, No. 12,857 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). SATB with piano.
    • Dost Thou in a Manger Lie? by Joe E. Tarry. Lillenas Choral Series, No. AN-3872 (Kansas City, Mo.: Lellenas Pub. Co., c1975). SATB with accomp.
    • Doth Not Wisdom Cry? by James H. Rogers (New York: G. Schirmer, c1908). Pub. No. 20606. Bass Solo and SATB with organ.
    • Down Saint Peter’s Road, Russian Folksong arr. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,859 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). SATB with piano.
    • Draw Nigh to God, by Basil Harwood. The Musical Times, No. 1216 (London: Novello & Co., c1944). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Draw Us In the Spirit’s Tether, by J.H. Ossewaarde. Church Music Review, No. 2472 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders,Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Draw Us In the Spirit’s Tether, by J.H. Ossewaarde. Church Music Review, No. 2476 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders,Knight folders.
    • Dreams by J. Beschnitt, ed. by John Hyatt Brewer. Apollo Club Songs, No. 5624 (New York: G. Schirmer, 1911). Pub. No. 22976. Baritone solo with TTBB and accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Drei geistliche Gesänge by Georg Schumann (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, c1902). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 5575. SATB unaccomp.
    • Drei Weihnachtslieder, by Oscar Pasch. Geistliche und Weltliche Chorgesange von Oscar Pasch, Op. 15 (Berlin: P. Thelen, n.d.). Pub. No. 276. SATB.
    • Dreizehn Introiten für das ganze kirchenjahr mit Benutzung altkirchlicher Melodien für gemischten Chor, ed. By Wilhelm Koehler-Wümbach (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, n.d.). Pub. No. 8040. SATB unaccomp.
    • Drop, Drop Slow Tears by Orlando Gibbons, arr. D.F.R. Wilson. Church Choir Library No. 116 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1911). Pub. No. S.&B. Ltd. 951. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Easter by C. Armstrong Gibbs. The Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A3 (London: Oxford University Press, c1926). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Easter Alleluia, music based on the tune “Orientis Partibus” by Martin Shaw. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 10052 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1926). Pub. No. 42698. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Easter Carol, words by J.M. Neale (1854), music from 16th century Swedish melody from Piae Cantiones, arr. by Charlotte Garden. Church Music Review, No. 2364 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1955). Unison and two-part with descant and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Easter Carol of the Flame by Harvey Gaul. Church Music Review, No. 1575 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SATB with solo and organ.
    • Easter Carol (The World Itself is Blithe and Gay) by Margaret Starr McLain (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 4090. SA with organ or piano.
    • Easter Hymn (Cantique de Pâques, 17th century hymn arr. by Granville Bantock (London: J. & W. Chester, c1917). Pub. No. J.W.C. 8720. SATB with organ.
    • Easter Flowers Are Blooming Bright, by Austin C. Lovelace. Church Music Review, No. 2513 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). Unison with accomp.
    • Easter Paen on the tune orientis partibus, by Russell Broughton. Church Music Review, No. 1267 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Easter Song by Paul Fehrmann, arr. by E. Harold Geer. Sacred Choruses No. 140 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1927). Pub. No. 762.8. SSAA with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Eheu! Sustul Erunt Dominum (Alas! They Have Taken Jesus), by Thomas Morley. Novello’s Series of Tudor Motets, No. 1 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, Agents, n.d.). Pub. No. 16000. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Eight Orisons by Harold W. Friedell. Church Music Review, No. 2693 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SATB unaccomp.
    • Ein Weihnachtstraum by Ernst Simon, arr. by Jul. Jehring. Ausgewählte Lieder für gemischten Chor, No. 7 (Leipzig: Conrad Glaser, n.d.). Pub. No. G.B. 1230. Baritone or Alto Solo with SATB unaccomp.
    • Enter This Door by Mary E. Caldwell. Church Music Review, No. 3051 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1969). SATB with organ.
    • Erntedankfest: Wir singen, Herr, con deinen Segen, words by Albert Knapp (1864), by Osk. Wermann, Op. 66, No. 7 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, 1870?). Pub. No. 8886. SATB unaccomp.
    • Eternal Father, by Gustav Holst. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 8510 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1928). Pub. No. 38922. Soprano solo with SATB and organ with bells. Baker folders,Dickinson folders, Knight folders.
    • Eternal Father by Charles Villiers Stanford. Three Motets for Chorus (Unaccompanied) Composed by Charles Villiers Stanford, No. 2 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1913). Pub. No. S.&B. 1377. SSATBB with organ or piano (for rehearsal)
    • Eternal Light, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2532 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Eternal Ruler, William H. Harris. Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A39 (London: Oxford University Press, c1930). SATB with accomp.
    • Eternal Ruler of the Ceaseless Round by Marianne Genet. Church Music Review, No. 1456 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with organ.
    • Euch ist heute der Heiland geboren by Volkmar Schurig. Drei Weihnachtslieder (Frankfurt: Georg Bratfisch, n.d.). Pub. No. G.B. 282. SATB unaccomp.
    • Evening by Ed. Lassen. Schirmer’s Octavo Quartets and Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 53 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1887). Pub. No. 4849. SATB unaccomp.
    • Evening Cantata, by Percy W. Whitlock. Oxford Series of Modern. Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A22 (London: Oxford University Press, c1930).
    • Evening Choral Responses by S.V. Smolensky, adapted N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4131 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1913). Spoken sentences with SATB and accomp. (for rehearsal)
    • Evening Hymn, by H. Balfour Gardiner. Church Music Review, No. 1570 (New York: H.W. Gray, n.d.). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Evening Hymn, Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1127 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, n.d.). Pub. No. 12736. SATB with organ. Baker folders.
    • Evening Service in G Minor by George Oldroyd. Novello’s Parish Choir Book, No. 1166 (London: Novello & Co., c1931). Pub. No. 15706. SATB with organ.
    • Everywhere, Christmas Tonight!, by T. Tertius Noble. Music for Christmas, No. 923 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1938). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Knight folders.
    • Except the Lord Build the House by W.W. Gilchrist. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 3127 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1886. Pub. No. 4568. SATB with organ.
    • Except the Lord Build the House by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2906 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with accomp.
    • Expectans Expectavi, by Charles Wood. Laurel Octavo: the Year Book Press Series, No. 1147 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co.; London: Adam and Charles Black, c1919). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Fanfare and Chorus (from Ihr Lieben Christen, Freut Euch Nun) by Dietrich Buxtehude. Music for Brass No. 603 (North Easton, MA: Robert King Music Co., c1959). Brass choir parts only, Choral parts not included.
    • Fanfare for Christmas Day by Martin Shaw. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 8745 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1922). Pub. No. 39465. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Fanfare for Palm Sunday by Katherine K. Davis. Wood Octavo Series, No. 804 (New York: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1962). SATB with piano.
    • Fanfare Noel (A Carol for Our Time), text and music by Searle Wright. Church Music Review, No. 2542 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1953). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Fantasia on Christmas Carols by Ralph Vaughan Williams (London: Stainer & Bell, c1912). Pub. No. S. & B. 1223. Baritone solo, SATB, and orchestra (piano reduction).
    • Far from the World, O Lord by Horatio Parker. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 672 (London: Novello & Co., c1901). Tenor Solo with SATB and organ.
    • Father Eternal (O Bone Jesu), by Johannes Brahms. Church Music Review, No. 3049 (New York: H.W. Gray, n.d.). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Father of All, by Christopher Tye, ed. By John E. West. Church Music Review, No. 3053 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Father, Whate’er of Earthly Bliss by Edward Shippen Barnes. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 13,865 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1925). Pub. No. 74887-5. Soprano or Tenor solo with SATB and Organ.
    • Fear Not, O Land; Be Glad and Rejoice by John Goss. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4494 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 17710. SATB with organ.
    • Festgesang zur Gustav-Adolf Feier by O. Zehrfeld. From Gesänge für vierstimmigen Männerchor (Leipzig: Rob. Forberb, c1899). Pub. No. 6021. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Fierce Was the Wild Billow by T. Tertius Noble. Pub. No. 19391 (no other pub. data). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Firmly I Believe and Truly, words by John Henry Newman, music by Philip Tomblings. Laurel Octavo No. 1229 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1949). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Five Anthems on Melodies from The Sacred Harp (1859 Edition), arr. by Benjamin Dunford (Melville, N.Y.: J. Fischer & Bro. Div. of Belwin Mills Pub. Corp., c1973). Pub. No. FE 10062. Unison with optional 2- and 3-parts with piano accomp.
    • Five Hymns (“The Eternal Goodness” by John Greenleaf Whittier, “Morn and Night” by William Blake, “The Soule” by Robert Herrick, “Freedom” by James Russell Lowell, and “Child’s Evening Hymn” by Sabine Baring-Gould), music by Ernst Bacon. Boston University Contemporary Music Series, No. B-753 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1952). SATB with piano or organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Five Introits and Sentences by Herbert Sanders. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 12,406 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1912). SATB with organ.
    • Five Responses by Philo A. Otis. Summy’s Octavo Editions, No. 1222 (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1914). Pub. No. C.F.S. Co. 1506-5. SATB with organ.
    • For All the Saints by Thomas Adams. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 825 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1908). Pub. No. A.P.S. 7875-4. SATB with accomp.
    • For All the Saints by Robert Huntington Terry. Church Music Review, No. 584 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with organ.
    • For All the Saints: Processional Hymn or Unison Chorus, by R. Vaughan Williams. Series: Supplemental Hymns, No. 23 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., n.d.). Unison with accomp.
    • For Ever Blessed by F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 254 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). TTBB with accomp.
    • For the Beauty of the Earth, Chorale abridged by Conrad Kocher, arr. by Robert Shaw. Robert Shaw Choral Series. G. Schirmer Octavo No. 10097 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1952). Pub. No. 42821C. SATB with Soprano or Children’s Choir and organ.
    • For This Cause, by Harold W. Friedell (New York: H.W. Gray, c1960). From Church Music Review, No. 2622. SATB with organ.
    • For Unto Us a Child Is Born, from Messiah by G.F. Handel. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 30 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • For We Are Laborers Together with God by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2888 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with Baritone solo and organ.
    • Forever Worthy Is Thy Lamb, by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Theodore Presser Col, rep. for Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 73186-4. SATB with piano.
    • Forget Not My Law by Cecil Effinger. Church Music Review, No. 3003 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB with organ.
    • Forget Not My Law by Cecil Effinger. Church Music Review, No. 3006 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). TB with organ.
    • Freedom of the Soul from Choral Rhapsody by T. Carl Whitmer. Church Music Review, No. 1108 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1931). SATB with piano.
    • Freu’ dich, Erd’ und Sternenzelt ed. by Edmund Parlow. Aldeutsche und Altböhmische Weihnachtslieder, No. 1 (Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, c1911). Pub. No. 6211. SSAA unaccomp.
    • From All That Dwell Below the Skies, by Tschaikowsky. Fischer Edition Russian Church Music with English Texts, Choral Album No. 1213 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • From Eastern Lands by Austin C. Lovelace. Christmas Choral Music, No. 2119 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1956). SATTBB with soprano solo or junior choir and piano or organ (optional). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • From Thy Love as a Father (from The Redemption), by Charles Gounod. Schirmer’s Secular Choruses, No. 2012 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Soprano solo and SATB with accomp.
    • From Thy Love as a Father (Redemption), by Ch. Gounod. Schirmer’s Octavo Collection of Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 12 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1882). Soprano solo and SATB with accomp.
    • Fünf geistliche Lieder für gemischten Chor by Arnold Mendelssohn (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, c1908). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 6239. SATB unaccomp.
    • Gebet by Wilhelm Berger from Vier geistliche Lieder und Gesänge für gemischten Chor a capella, No. 4 (Berlin & Posen: Ed. Bote & G. Bock, c1894). Pub. No. 14048. SATB with Soprano solo, unaccompanied.
    • Gebetslied by O. Thomas from Drei geistlicher Lieder, No. 2 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel’s Musikalienhandlung, n.d.). Pub. No. 12314. SATB unaccompanied.
    • Give Ear, Oh Lord by Heinrich Schütz. Dessoff Choir Series, No. MC13 (New York: Mercury Music Corp., c1941). SA or TB withorgan.
    • Give Ear, O Shepherd of Israel by R.S. Stoughton. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 14,444 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1913). Pub. No. 76876-8. SATB with organ.
    • Give Ear to Me by Heinrich Schütz, arr. by Hugh Ross. Church Music Review, No. 1160 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ.
    • Give Rest, O Christ (Contakion of the Faithful Departed) (Kieff Melody), music ed. by Walter Parratt. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 114 (London: Novello & Co., c1902). SATB accomp.
    • Give Unto the Lord, by Charles Wakefield Cadman. Blue Octavo Series, Sacred, No. 4060 (New York: Harold Flammer, c1926). Pub. No. 820C. SATB with organ.
    • Give Us the Wings of Faith, by Ernest Bullock. Oxford Anthems, No. A1 (London: Oxford University Press, c1925). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Giving to God by Charles Fonteyn Manney. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 13,900 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1925). Pub. No. 75169-7. SATB with organ.
    • Gladsome Radiance, words paraphrased and music arr. by Charles Winfred Douglas from A. Gretchaninoff, Op. 58, No. 4. A Cappella Chorus, No. 11 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Gloria in Excelsis (Communion Service) by Charles Gounod. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 565 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). STB soli and SSTB chorus with piano.
    • Gloria in Excelsis Deo (Les anges dans nos campagnes), old French carol arr. by Harvey B. Gaul. Octavo Church Music, No. 928 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1911). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 2908. SATB with organ.
    • Gloria in Excelsis Deo (Sing to the Lord), by Jos. Haynd, ed. by Eduardo Marzo. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5414 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1910). Pub. No. 21806. SABT with accomp.
    • Gloria Patri (Praise Be unto the Father) by Thomas Tallis. Novello’s Series of Tudor Motets, No. 7 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 16004. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Glorious and Powerful God from Three Motets for Chorus (Unaccompanied) by Charles Villiers Stanford, No. 3 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1913). Pub. No. S.&B. 1376. SATB with organ or piano (for rehearsal).
    • Glorious Forever by S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Arthur Shepherd. Series IX of Sacred Quartets, No. 1080 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1914). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 4022. SATB with piano.
    • Glorious in Heaven Are the Souls of All Saints (Gaudent in coelis). Motet composed by T.L. da Vittoria, ed. by Francis Burgess. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1039 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Glorious the Sun in Mid Career, by C.S. Land. Mills Choral Edition, No. 5016 (New York: Mills Music, c1953. Unison with accomp.
    • Glory and Honour and Laud by Charles Wood. The Year Book Press Series of Anthems and Church Music, No. 1135 (London: H.F.W. Dean & Sons, etc., c1925). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Glory Be to God (Melody of the Znamen Tradition), by S. Rachmaninoff, ed. by Winfred Douglas. Songs of the Church, No. 7 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1920, 1948). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Glory Be to Him by John Frederik Peter, ed. by Donald M. McCorkle. Moravian Church Music, No. 1001 (Charlotte, NC: Brodt Music Co., c1955, 1957). SATB with organ.
    • Glory, Honor, Praise, and Power (Deus Tibi Laus et Honor), composed for four voices by W.A. Mozart, the organ part added by Vincent Novello. Series: Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 212 (Mozart’s Motett, No. 3) (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., n.d.). SATB accomp.
    • Glory to God (Christmas Anthem), from Mass No. 1 by Mozart. G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music: Christmas Anthems, No. 3499 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890). Pub. No. 8645. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Glory to God from The Messiah by G.F. Handel. Oliver Ditson Company’s Oratorios and Cantatas, No. 901 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Glory to God in the Highest (The Angels’ Song), text from Luke 2:14, music by G.B. Pergolesi, ed. by Will C. Macfarlane, organ part by Vincent Novello (New York: G. Schirmer, c1904). Pub. :No. 17333. SATB with organ. Baker folders.
    • Glory to God the Father by S. Rachmaninoff. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4172 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Glory to the Trinity, from the Russian Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom by C. Rachmaninoff, Op. 31, words trans. and adjusted to the music by Charles Winfred Douglas. A Cappella Choruses, No. 2 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1913). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Glückselig, wer den Herrn fürchtet by Carl Thiel from Zwei geistliche Gesänge, No. 2 (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, n.d.). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 5128. SATB unaccomp.
    • Go Down, Moses arr. by H.T. Burleigh, piano and two-voice arrangement by Hector MacCarthy (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1926). Pub. No. N.Y. 562. Two-voice with piano.
    • Go Down, Moses, Negro spiritual with harmonization by H.T. Burleigh, arr. by N. Clifford Page. G. Ricordi & Co.’s Collection of Part-Songs and Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 116563 (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1920). SATB with accomp.
    • Go Forward, Christian Soldier, by Karl Friedr. Weinberger, adapted by Arthur H. Ryder. Sacred Quartets and Choruses: Men’s Voices, No. 472 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1909). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 1966. TTBB with organ.
    • Go, Labor On! by Richard Warner. Church Music Review, No. 2654 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SATB with organ.
    • Go, Song of Mine, by Edward Elgar. Novello’s Part-Song Book, No. 1164 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, Agents, c1909). SAATTB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • Go Tell It on the Mountain, Christmas spiritual freely arr. by John W. Work (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1955). Pub. No. G.M.C. 2044-10. SATB with junior choir (SA) with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Go to Dark Gethsemane by T. Tertius Noble. Church Music Review, No. 501 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918, 1946). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • God Be in My Head, by Alinda B. Couper. Galaxy Music for the Church, No. 2090 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1956). SATB with organ.
    • God Be in My Head, set to music by H. Walford Davies. Songs for Church and Home, No. 1 (London: Novello & Co., c1910). SATB with organ.
    • God in Nature by Franz Schubert. Series: Schirmer’s Standard Secular Choruses, No. 2213 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 7155. SATB with piano.
    • God Is Gone Up with a Merry Noise by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 892 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SSAATTBB with accomp.
    • God Is in His Holy Temple, words from Hymns of the Spirit (1864), by Van Denman Thompson. Church Music Review, No. 2370 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1955). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • God Is My Guide (Psalm 23), by Franz Schubert, arr. by J.H. Cornell. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music (New York: G. Schirmer, c1883). Pub. No. 3167. SATB with organ.
    • God Is With Us: Christmas Anthem, by A.D. Kastalsky, the English adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916, c1944). Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4138. SSATTB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • God Is Wisdom, by Powell Weaver. Galaxy Octavo, No. 1425 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1943). SATB with alto solo and organ.
    • God of Love, Most Merciful and Gracious by P. Kalinnikoff (1866-1901), ed. and adapted to English words by A.M. Henderson. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4166 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916, 1944). SSATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • God of Mercy and of Grace, by Philipp Emanuel Bach, adapted by Gottlieb Federlein. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 800 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1896). Pub. No. 12929. SATB accomp.
    • God of Our Fathers by K. Coepfart, adapted by Arthur H. Ryder. Sacred Quartets and Choruses, Men’s Voices: Series II, No. 809 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1909). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 1984). TTBB with organ.
    • God of the Dew, God of the Sun, by T. Carl Whitmer. Arthur P. Schmidt Octavo Series, No. 1380 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1923). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • God Omnipotent Reigneth, music from 16th century melody by Pierre Daques, arr. by Charles Wood. The Year Book Press Series of Anthems and Church Music, No. B-1160 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1927). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen arr. by Channing Lefebvre (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1927). Pub. No. N.Y. 682. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • God Save the People by Ralph L. Baldwin. Boston Music Co.’s Series of Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 2219 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1940). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 9731. SATB with piano.
    • God Sends the Night, by George Rathbone. Novello’s School Songs, No. 1291 (London: Novello & Co., c1919). Two-part with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • God Shall Wipe Away All Tears by J.T. Field. The Musical Times, No. 564 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • God to Whom We Look Up Blindly (Prayer), by G.W. Chadwick. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Sacred Octavo Series, No. 6 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1885). Pub. No. A.P.S. & Co. 803. SATB with organ.
    • God’s Peace Is Peace Eternal by Edvard Grieg. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4379 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 17004. SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • God’s Peace Is Peace Eternal, by Edvard Hagerup Grieg, arr. E.C. Schirmer’s Sacred Music, No. 1663 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1934). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 855. SATB with soprano solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Good King Wenceslas, traditional Christmas carol arr. by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2101 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1949). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Good King Wenceslas, traditional Christmas carol, tune from Piae Cantiones (1582), set for chorus by Geoffrey Shaw. The Musical Times, No. 922 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, c1919). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Good News From Heaven, by Walter Wild. Church Music Review, No. 1889 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SSA or SSAB with accomp.
    • Gott ist die Liebe from Zwei geistliche Gesänge by Carl Thiel, No. 1 (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, n.d.). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 5127. SATB unaccomp.
    • Gott stehe auf, stehe auf (Motette), by Demetrius Bortniansky, ed. by Oskar Wermann. From Fünf Motetten für gemischten Chor, No. 3 (Leipzig: Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, n.d.). Pub. No. Z. 3705. SATB unaccomp.
    • Gottes Macht und Vorsehung, by Nicolai v. Wilm, Op. 121, No. 3. From Drei mehrstimmige geistliche Lieder für gemischten Chor, No. 3 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, n.d.). Pub. No. 9871. SSATBB unaccomp.
    • Gracious Saviour by Gluck, arr. by Mark Andrews. Church Music Review, No. 759 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1925). SATB with organ.
    • Gracious Spirit, Draw Us to Thee by Heinrich Schuetz, arr. by Charlotte Lockwood. Antiphons, No. 46 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1934). TBB and SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Grant, O Lord by Josiah Booth. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 223 (London: Novello & Co., c1915). SATB with organ.
    • Grant, O Lord by Christopher Thomas. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1644 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1937). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14902-2. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Grant Unto Me the Joy of Thy Salvation by Johannes Brahms, ed. by John Finley Williamson. Westminster Choir Series, No. 5 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1931). TBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Grant Us Thy Peace by Charles Gounod (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 7587. From Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, First Series. SATB accomp.
    • Grant Us Thy Peace (Dona nobis pacem), unknown composer of German origin (16th or 17th century), arr. by Roberta Bitgood. Church Music Review, No. 1697 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Great and Glorious, by Franz Joseph Haydn, arr. by Joseph S. Daltry. Wesley University Glee Club Series, No. 337 (Boston & London: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1934). Pub. No. 7171-12. TTBB with organ.
    • Great and Marvellous Are Thy Works, by J. Frederick Bridge. Novello’s Octavo Anthems (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1895).
    • Great Is the Lord, by E.A. Sydenham. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 813 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Greater Love Hath No Man, by John Ireland. Church Choir, No. 146 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1912). Pub. No. S. & B. 1137. SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Greater Love Hath No Man, by John Ireland. Church Choir, No. 146 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp, c1912). Pub. No. S. & B. 1137. SATB with organ.
    • Grieve Not the Holy Spirit of God, by T. Tertius Noble. Church Music Review, No. 409 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • Had We But Hearkened, by H. Walford Davies arr. by H.A. Chambers. The Musical Times, No. 1112 (London: Novello & Co., c1935). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Haec Dies (This Is the Day), by William Byrd. Novello’s Series of Tudor Motets, No. 24 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, n.d.). Pub. No. 16169. SSATTB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Hail, Gladdening Light, by Charles Wood. Birchard Sacred Choral Music, No. B-1141 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1919). Double SATB with organ.
    • Hail, Gladdening Light, by Geoffrey Shaw. The Musical Times, No. 895 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, c1917). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Hail, Gladdening Light: an Evensong Anthem, by George C. Martin. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 545 (London: Novello, Ewer and Co., c1896). SATB with organ.
    • Hail, Glorious Morn, by Howard M. Dow. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 4509 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1905). Pub. No. 17741. TTBB with organ.
    • Hallelujah (from Mount of Olives) by Beethoven. Schirmer’s Standard Choruses, No. 2215 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 7247. SATB with piano.
    • Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! By Paul Held. Sacred Choruses, No. 59 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1916, 1944). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Happy Bethlehem (Oi Betleém), Basque Christmas carol, music by Padre Donostia (San Sebastian), arr. by Kurt Schindler. G. Ricordi & Company Collection of Part Songs and Choruses for Male, Female and Mixed Voices, No. N.Y. 401 (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1923). Pub. No. N.Y. 401-4. SATB unaccomp.
    • Hark! A Thrilling Voice Is Sounding (Anthem for Advent). by Eric H. Thiman. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 993 (London: Novello & Co., c1925). SATB with organ.
    • Hark from the Tomb, Ozark Mountain tune arr. by William Jonson. Skidmore Choral Library, No. SK 2047 (New York: Skidmore Music Co., c1959). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Hark, Hark the Lark, Serenade from Cymbeline by Franz Schubert, arr. by N. Clifford Page. Part-Songs for Men’s Voices, No. 13,066 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1917). TTBB with piano.
    • Hark! The Christmas Bells Are Ringing, words and music by Clementine Ward. Oliver Ditson Company’s Octavo Edition, No. 12,077 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1908). Two part chorus and solo with piano.
    • Hark! the Vesper Hymn Is Stealing, Russian air arr. by John Stevenson. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 626 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 15552. Soprano solo, SATB, with piano.
    • Have Mercy Upon Us, Oh Lord, by Philipp Emanuel Bach, adapted by Gottlieb Federlein. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 799 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1896). Pub. No. 12928. SATB with accomp.
    • He Is Risen, by Francis S. Moore. Gamble’s Collection of Sacred Choruses, No. 1678 (Chicago: Gamble Hinged Music Co., c1944). SATB with soprano or tenor solo accomp.
    • He Sent a Thick Darkness and He Smote All the First-Born (from Israel in Egypt) by Handel. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 58 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • He That Shall Endure (from Elijah) by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 318 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 8077. SATB with accomp.
    • He Was Crucified (Crucifixus): Motet for Eight Voices by Antonio Lotti (London: Novello and Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, c1935). Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1199. Pub. No. 16139. SSAATTBB unaccomp.
    • He Watching Over Israel (from Elijah) by Mendelssohn. Oliver Ditson Company’s Oratorios and Cantatas, 2nd Series, No. 827 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • He Who Would Valiant Be, by Robert Elmore from his Choral Compositions, No. 1634 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1947). Pub. No. 1634-6. SATB with Organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • He Who Would Valiant Be (The Valiant Pilgrim), by W.R. Voris. Series: Church Music Review, No. 1030 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1929). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Hear My Cry, O God, by Alexander Kopyloff, arr. by H. Clough-Leighter. Choir Loft Choral Series, No. 332-13804 (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Oliver Ditson Co., c1924). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Hear My Prayer by F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 339 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Soprano Solo with SATB and accomp.
    • Hear the Voice and Prayer, by Thomas Tallis. Sacred Music, No. 1638 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., 1937). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 770. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Hear the Voice and Prayer, by Thomas Tallis, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 776 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Hear the Voice and Prayer, by Thomas Tallis, ed. by John E. West. Church Music Review, No. 2968 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Hear Us, O Saviour by Bernard Hamblen, arr. by Bryceson Treharne. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8973 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1928, 1943). Pub. No. 40155. SSA with piano or organ.
    • Heaven, Peace and Joy! by Regina H. Fryxell. Church Music Review, No. 2463 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Heavenly Light, by A. Kopylow, arr. by Peter J. Wilhousky. Carl Fischer Octavo Edition, No. 497 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1937). Pub. No. CC27966-3. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Here, At Thine Altar, Lord, by Alec Rowley. The Musical Times, No. 1326 (London: Novello & Co., c1953). Pub. No. 17901. Solo voice or unison with piano or organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Here, At Thine Altar, Lord, by Alec Rowley. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1165 (London: Novello & Co., c1930). Pub. No. 15569. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Here is the Little Door, by Herbert Howells. Church Choir Library, No. 216 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1918). Pub. No. S. & B. Ltd. 1967. SATB with organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Here on Earth (from Elijah) by Brahms. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8543 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 39031. SATB with piano.
    • Here Yet Awhile. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 337 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 8098. Double SATB with accomp.
    • Himmelsfahrt-Gesang: Christus ward aufgehoben gen Himmel by Gustav Schreck. Geistliche Gesange für gemischten Chor von Gustav Schreck (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, c1905). Pub. No. 9859. SATB unaccomp.
    • His Salvation Is Nigh, by Arthur Whiting. Church Music Review, No. 25 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1903). SATB with organ.
    • Ho! Ye That Thirst, by Christopher Tye, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 213 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Hodie, Christus Natus Est, by William Byrd. Church Choir Library, No. 239 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1923). Pub. No. 2544. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Hodie, Christus Natus Est (Today Christ Is Born), by Healey Willan. Liturgical Motets by Healey Willan, No. 10 (New York: Carl Fischer, agents for Oxford University Press, c1935). Pub. No. C.M. 469 (also 27322-6). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Holy, Holy, Holy (Kedushah), by Max Spicker. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8571 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1901, 1940). Pub. No. 39081C. SATB with organ.
    • Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty from The Redemption by Handel, arr. by Edmund Jacques. Church Music Review, No. 1300 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Holy Is God the Lord (Thanks Be to God) from Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn. A Selection of the Most Favorite Oratorio Choruses, No. 35 (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; New York: C.H. Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Holy Is the True Light, by Ernest Bullock. The Musical Times, No. 1234 (London: Novello & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 17160. Unison with organ.
    • Hommage des Messins B la crPche du Sauveur pour la NoNl de 1732, by Julien Tiersot (Paris: Heugel & Cie., n.d.). Pub. No. 26,887. Unison unaccomp.
    • Hört zu und seid getrost nun (Weihnachten), by Leonh. Schröter. Geistliche Chorgesänge alter Meister aus dem Repertoir des Altonaer Kirchenchors, No. 9 (Berlin: Chr. Friedrich Vieweg, n.d.). Pub. No. V. 988. SATB unaccomp.
    • Hosanna, choral variations on a Welsh hymn-tune by Llywelyn Gomer. The Choral Art Series, Sacred and Secular, No. 2836 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1952). Pub. No. B.M. Co. 11643. Unison and SATB, with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Hosanna to the Son of David, by Orlando Gibbons, edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Tudor Church Music Series, No. 39 (London: Oxford University Press, n.d.). SSAATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Hosanna to the Son of David, by Thomas Weelkes, edited by Edmund H. Fellowes. Tudor Church Music Series, No. 9 (London: Oxford University Press, n.d.). SSATBB with organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • How Burn the Stars Unchanging, by Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood. Church Music Review, No. 1122 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1931). SATB with soprano solo and accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • How Dear Are Thy Counsels, by William Crotch, organ part added by W.H. Monk. Church Music Review, No. 1866 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • How Far Is It to Bethlehem, by Geoffrey Shaw. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 245 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, c1922). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • How Far to Bethlehem, by Mary E. Caldwell. Church Music Review, No. 3029 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1968). Two part with organ.
    • How Lovely Are the Messengers (from St. Paul) by Mendelssohn. Oratorio Choruses (Boston: Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place by Johannes Brahms. Church Music Review, No. 145 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • How Shall I Fitly Meet Thee (from Christmas Oratorio), by Johann Sebastian Bach. Commonwealth Series: Part Songs for Mixed Voices, Sacred and Secular, No. 353 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1926). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 268. SATB with organ.
    • How Silent, How Spacious, by Henry K. Hadley. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 623 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1904). Pub. No. A.P.S. 6300-2. SATB with accomp.
    • How Still and Peaceful Is the Grave, by Christopher Tye. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 163 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sound, by J. Barnby, arr. by Louis Meyer. Oliver Ditson Company’s Sacred Selections, No. 6897 (Boston [etc.]: Oliver Ditson Co., c1890). Pub. No. 54,410-2. SATB accomp.
    • Hush, O Earth, arr. by David Stanley Smith. Old French and German Carols: Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. IV, No. 3 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1927). SATB with accomp.
    • Hymn Before Action, arr. from the song by Rudyard Kipling and H. Walford Davies. The Orpheus: a collection of Glees and Part-Songs for Male Voices, No. 329 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1899). TTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Hymn of Resurrection, by Norman Coke-Jephcott. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Series, No. 1484 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1927). Pub. No. A.P.S. 13808-4. SATB with organ.
    • Hymn of the Cherubim, by Rachmaninoff. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4173 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). Pub. No. J.F. & B. 4173-8. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Hymn of the Sun, by Edgar Tinel, arr. by N. Lindsay Norden. Church Music Review, No. 1962 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1945. Soprano or Tenor solo with SATB and organ.
    • Hymn to Apollo, by John Hyatt Brewer. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 5011 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1907). Pub. No. 19903. TTBB with piano.
    • Hymn to the Trinity, by P. Tchaikovsky. Church Music Review, No. 57 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • I Am Alpha and Omega (from “Death and Life” [Mors et Vita], composed by Ch. Gounod (London: Novello and Co., c1885). Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 766. SATB accomp.
    • I Am the Resurrection and the Life, by Cuthbert Harris. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1339 (New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1922). Pub. No. A.P.S. 12435-5. SATB with organ.
    • I Am the Resurrection and the Life, by Ralph Kinder. Church Music Review, No. 349 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). Bass Solo with SATB and organ.
    • I Am the Way, by Frank E. Ward. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 14,469 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1931). SATB and solos with organ.
    • I Believe in One God, by Tchaikovsky. Fischer Edition Russian Church Music with English Texts, Choral Album No. 1223 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • I Desired Wisdom, by John Stainer. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 168 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • I Hear Along Our Street, by Hugh A. Mackinnon. Church Music Review, No. 793 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, by Mark Andrews. Music for Christmas, No. 1276 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1942). Contralto or Baritone Solo with SATB and organ.
    • I Jesus Have Sent Mine Angel, by Henry Lincoln Case. Sacred Music, Series III, No. 72 (New York: Luckhardt & Belder, c1898). Pub. No. L.&B. 544. SATB with accomp.
    • I Laid Me Down to Rest, by William Byrd, ed. by Frederick Bridge. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1107 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • I Looked and Behold a White Cloud, by Healey Willan. Series: Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 903 (London: Novello & Co., c1907). Tenor solo, SATB, with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • I Saw Three Ships, arr. by Gustav Holst. Curwen Edition, No. 71654 (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1924). Unison with piano.
    • I Sat Down Under His Shadow (from Three Introits or Short Anthems, No. 1), by Edward C. Bairstow. The Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, edited by E. Stanley Roper (London: Oxford University Press, c1925). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • I See His Blood upon the Rose, by Hugh S. Robertson. G. Schirmer’s Sacred Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 8597 (New York: G. Shirmer, c1936). Pub. No. 39118. SSATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • I See Thy Kingdom, by A. Gretchaninoff. Church Music Review, No. 1779 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1942). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • I Seek with Joy, by Stella Marie Graves. Church Music Review, No. 1145 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ.
    • I Sing the Mighty Power of God, by Robert Crandell. Church Music Review, No. 2885 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). Two unison youth choirs and organ.
    • I Sing Thy Birth, O Jesu, by F.W. Wadely. The Musical Times, No. 1056 (London: Novello & Co., c1930). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • I Thank the Lord (Ich danke dir), by Carl PiquJ. Sacred Music for Quartets or Chorus Choirs (New York: Luckhardt & Belder, c1912). Pub. No. L.&B. 3523. SATB with organ.
    • I Vow to Thee, My Country, by Walford Davies. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1177 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). Pub. No. 15744. SATB with organ.
    • < li> I Want Jesus to Walk with Me, arr. by William Jonson. Skidmore Choral Library, No. SK 2048 (New York: Skidmore Music Co., c1959). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).

    • I Was Glad, by A. Herbert Brewer. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 993 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1911). SATB with accomp.
    • I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me, by Thomas Attwood. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 114 (London: Novello & Co., New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me, by C. Hubert H. Parry. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. 743 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SSATTB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • I Will Arise, by Charles Wood. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 54 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1894). SATB with organ.
    • I Will Give Thanks, by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 147. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Series, No. 1650 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1939). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14996-4. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, by Susan Calvin. Church Music Review, No. 3043 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1969). Soprano solo with SATB and accomp.
    • I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, by Isadore Freed (from his Three Psalms). Transcontinental Choral Library, No. 114 (New York: Transcontinental Music Pubs., c1951). SATB with or without organ or piano.
    • I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, by James H. Rogers. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5813 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1914). Pub. No. 24566. Soprano solo and SATB with organ.
    • I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, by Leo Sowerby. Octavo Church Music, No. 1385 (Boston: Boston Music Co.; New York: G. Schirmer, c1920). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 6350. SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • I Will Love Thee, O Lord, My Strength, by P. Kalinnikoff (1866-1901), ed. and adapted to the English words by A.M. Henderson. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4167 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915, 1943). SSAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • I Will Not Leave You Comfortless, by William Byrd from Gradualia, Book II (1610), ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 790 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1904). SATB with organ.
    • I Wonder as I Wander, Appalachian carol collected by John Jacob Niles, and arr. by John Jacob Niles and Lewis Henry Norton. G. Schirmer’s Secular Choral Music, No. 8708 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1934, 1941). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Ich freue mich im Herrn, by Uso Seifert. Sammlung geistlicher Gesange für gemischten Chor, No. 3 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel’s Musikalienhandlung, n.d.). Pub. No. 11773. SATB unaccomp.
    • Idyll, by Cecil Forsyth. Modern Series, No. 214 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SSA with contralto solo and piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • If Any Man Hath Not the Spirit, by H. Walford Davies. Church Music Review, No. 1988 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • If Christ Be Not Raised, by Charles Macpherson. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 819 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1905). SATB with organ.
    • If That a Sinner’s Sighs,by William Byrd. From William Byrd’s Psalms, Sonnets and Songs (1588), ed. by Edmund Horace Fellowes, Vol. XIV, No. 30 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1920). Pub. No. S. & B. 2199-30. SSATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • If Ye Love Me, Keep My Commandments, by Thomas Tallis. The Musical Times, No. 231 (London: Novello & Co., 1936?). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • If Ye Love Me, Keep My Commandments, by S. Drummond Wolff. The Musical Times, No. 1230 (London: Novello & Co., c1945). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise, music adapted from a Welsh melody by Eric H. Thiman. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1140 (London: Novello & Co., c1926). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • In Bethlehem ein Kindelein, ed. by Edmund Parlow. Altdeutsche und Altb`hmische Weihnachtslieder für Frauenchor, No. 4 (Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt Nachfolger, c1912). SSAA unaccomp.
    • In der Nacht (In the Night), by Max Bruch, Op. 72 (Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen, c1897). Pub. No. H.V. 3856. ATTB unaccomp.
    • In Dulci Jubilo, by R.L. Pearsall. Novello’s Part-Song Book, No. 296 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, 1931?). SATB with accomp. (fro rehearsal).
    • In Heaven Above (Norwegian folk song), by F. Melius Christiansen. St. Olaf Choir Series, No. 106 (Minneapolis: Augsburg Pub. House, c1925). SATB unaccomp. Baker folders.
    • In Humble Faith I Dedicate to Thee, adapted to music of Orlando Gibbons. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 300 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 16928. SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • In Life’s Gay Morn, by Christopher Tye, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 215 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • In Sorrow Now I Cry to Thee, by Arnold von Bruck, arr. by George Howerton. Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. CM6244 (New York: Carl Fischer, 1942). Pub. No. 30142-3. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • In That Garden He Knelt to Pray, by Albert D. Schutz. Galaxy Octavo, No. 1344 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1943). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • In the Bleak Mid-Winter, by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Church Music Review, No. _755 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1924). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • In the End of the Sabbath by N. Herbert Caley. Church Music Review, No. 958 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1928). SATB with organ.
    • In the Name of Our God We Will Set Up Our Banners, by Healey Willan. Church Music Review, No. 466 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1917, 1945). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • In the Night (Adolph Katsch), by Ludwig Liebe, Op. 102, No. 5, ed. by John Hyatt Brewer. Apollo Club Songs for Men’s Voices; also G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses, No. 5625 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1911). Pub. No. 22976. Baritone solo with TTBB, with piano (for rehearsal).
    • In the Year That King Uzziah Died, by David McK. Williams. Church Music Review, No. 1356 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • In Thee, O Lord, by John Weldon, ed. by John E. West. Sacred Octavo Series, No. 922 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1909). Pub. No. A.P.S. 8617. SATB with organ.
    • In Thy Hand Are All Our Ways, by H. Leroy Baumgartner, Op. 24. Church Music Review, No. 1990 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • In Winter, by Ed. Kremser (New York: Mendelssohn Glee Club, c1886). TTBB.
    • Incline Thine Ear to Me by F.H. Himmel. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 801 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 12867. SATB with alto (or bass) solo and organ.
    • Incline Thine Ear to Me, solo composed by Himmel, quartet harmonized by V. Novello, adapted to English words by W. Patten. Ditson & Co.’s Sacred Selections, No. 35 (Boston & New York: Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB and bass solo with accomp.
    • Infant Jesu, by Margrethe Hokanson. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 8330 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1947). SATB with or without accomp.
    • Intercessory Hymn, by Edward German. Novello’s Parish Choir Book, No. 933 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, agents, c1915, 1943). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Intermezzo, by E. Lassen. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 4977 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1882). SATB unaccomp.
    • Interrupted Slumber (or The Hapless Bride), Russian Folksong arr. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,854 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). Soprano Solo and SATB with piano.
    • Invictus, by Bruno Huhn, arr. by Frank Lynes. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 369 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1910, 1911). Pub. No. A.P.S. 9220-3. TTBB with accomp. (Handwritten inscription to Clarence Dickinson).
    • Invictus, by William Y. Webbe. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Part-Songs and Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 5042 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1908). Pub. No. 20011. TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, by Horatio W. Parker. Octavo Edition, No. 11,320 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1904). Pub. No. 5-5-65049-16. Soprano Solo and SATB with organ.
    • It Is a Good Thing to Give Thanks, by Constantine Schvedoff, English adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4119 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). SSAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • It’s Oh! To Be a Wild Wind, by Edward Elgar. The Orpheus, a Collection of Glees and Part-Songs for Male Voices, No. 365 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1903). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Ivy and Holly, for Solo and Chorus of Men’s Voices (TTBB) (Unaccompanied). Irish traditional tune “O’ Carolan’s Lament” arr. by E.J. Moeran (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1933). Pub. No. 50700.
    • January Carol, by Robert Crandel (New York: Canyon Press, c1951). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jehova Quam Multi Sunt Hostes, by Henry Purcell, ed. and organ part arr. by W.H. Cummings. The Bach Choir Magazine, Select Vocal Part Music, No. 16 (London: Novello & Co., 1882?). Pub. No. 6483. SSATB with organ.
    • Jehova, Quam Multi Sunt Hostes Mei (Psalm III), by Henry Purcell, ed. by Ivor Atkins. Choral Album No. 1434 (London: Bayley & Ferguson, c1929). SSATB with accomp.
    • Jehovah Reigns, by Homer Whitford. Church Music Review, No. 1185 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). TTBB with organ.
    • Jerusalem, My Happy Home, traditional American melody “Land of Rest” coll. and harm. by Annabel Morris Buchanan, arr. by Wihla Hutson Church Music Review, No. 2528 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SATB with organ. (1 copy).
    • Jerusalem! O Turn Thee to the Lord from Gallia by Ch. Gounod. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4429 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 17399. Soprano solo, SATB, with piano.
    • Jesous Ahatonhia (‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime). The first American Christmas carol by Gardner Read, Op. 87. Boston University Contemporary Music Series, No. 750 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1950). Pub. No. 2021. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jesu, Grant Me This I Pray, music founded on Gibbon’s Song, 13, by C.H. Kitson. Oxford Anthems, No. A.57 (London: Oxford University Press, c1933). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Iesu, drud difyrrwch dynion) (Wohl mir, dass ich Jesum habe) from Church Cantata No. 147 by J.S. Bach. Bach’s Extended Chorales with English and Welsh Translations, arr. and ed. by W. Gillies Whittaker, No. 14 (London: Oxford University Press, c1929). SATB with organ.
    • Jesu, Meek and Lowly, by Edward Elgar. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 907 (London: Novello & Co., c1907). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jesu Redemptor omnium (Gesù Bambino) (The Infant Jesus), by Pietro A. Yon. Fischer Edition Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4659 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1919). SATB with accomp.
    • Jesu, the Very Thought of Thee (from Three Introits or Short Anthems, No. 2), by Edward C. Bairstow. The Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A5 (London: Oxford University Press, c1925). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jesu! The Very Thought Is Sweet, by Martin Shaw. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1189 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1933). Pub. No. 15943. SATB with organ.
    • Jesu! The Very Thought Is Sweet (Jesu, Dulcis Memoria), by T.L. da Vittoria, ed. by John E. West. The Musical Times, No. 879 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jesu, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts, by E. Harold Davies. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 654 (London: Novello and Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1900). SATB with organ.
    • Jesus Born in Bethlea, folk carol from Southwest Virginia, collected and arr. by Annabel Morris Buchanan (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1932). Pub. No. 6657. SATB with antiphonal choir and accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jesus, Joy of Man’s Desiring, by J.S. Bach, arr. by John Holler. Church Music Review, No. 2934 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1966). Unison or two part with organ.
    • Jesus! Name of Wondrous Love, by Everett Titcomb. Wood Oxtavo Series, Sacred, No. 669 (Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1947). Pub. No. 7640-6. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jesus, So Lowly, by Harold Friedell. Church Music Review, No. 2018 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1947). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • John Peel, old English hunting song, arr. for male chorus by Mark Andrews. The Modern Series, No. 21 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1911). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Joy Dawns Again on Easter Day, by W.R. Voris Church Music Review (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with accomp.
    • Joyful Tidings, by Nicholas Saboly, arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional French Carols, arr. by David Stanley Smith, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. I, No. 4 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1924). Pub. No. S. & B. 3051. SATB with accomp.
    • Jubilate Deo by Edwin Fissinger. St. John’s Chapel Series, No. 5176 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Co., c1958). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Jubilate Deo, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 1854 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1943). Pub. No. C.M.R. 1854-(8). Unison with organ.
    • Jubilate Deo by William Strickland, from his Two Canticles of Praise. Church Music Review, No. 1269 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1934). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jubilate Deo in B Flat (O Be Joyful in the Lord), by Seth Bingham. General Anthems, Octavo No. 2562 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1946). Pub. No. B.M. Co. 10497. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Jubilate Deo in C, by Fred Schilling. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 3120 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1867, 1914). Pub. No. 4519C. SATB with organ.
    • Jubilate Deo in D by Henry Purcell, arr. and ed. by Watkins Shaw. Parish Choir Book, No. P.C.B. 1338 (London: Novello & Co., c1955). Pub. No. 18148. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Judge Me, O God (Psalm XLIII), by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 7 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Justorum Animae, by William Byrd, transcribed, scored and ed. by E.H. Fellowes. Church Choir Library, No. 312 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1926). Pub. No. S.&B. 3614. SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Justorum Animae (The Souls of the Righteous), by William Byrd, ed. by W. Barclay Squire. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 614 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SSATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Kalinka, Russian folksong transcribed by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,853 (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., c1915). Tenor Solo with SATB and piano.
    • King of Glory, King of Peace, by Harold W. Friedell. Church Music Review, No. 1761 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London,c1941). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • King of Glory, King of Peace, by Harold W. Friedell. Church Music Review, No. 1761 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • King of Glory, King of Peace, by Eric H. Thiman. The Musical Times, No. 1049 (London: Novello & Co., c1930). SATB with organ.
    • Komm’, heiliger Geist, text by Wilhelm Osterwald, music by F. Th. Cursch-Bühren. Lobsinget dem Herrn … für gemischten Chor (Leipzig: Fr. Portius, n.d.). Pub. No. F.P. 1426. SATB unaccomp.
    • Komm, heiliger Geist (Stimmung), by Georg Schumann. Geistliche gemischte Ch`re, Op. 52, Nr. 1 (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, c1910). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 6491. SSAATTBB unaccomp.
    • Kyrie eleison (from Mass in A), by Josef Rheinberger. Commonwealth Series, No. 323 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1926). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 265. SATB with organ.
    • Kyrie eleison (from Mass in E Flat) by Schubert. From Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 497 (London: Novello and Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, Sole Agents for USA, 1927). SATB with piano.
    • Lamb of God (Agnus Dei), arr. by A.H. Ryder. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 12,246 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1912). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • Lass dich nur ja nichts dauern: Motette, by Rud. Lassel, Op. 13, No. 2. From Vier geistliche Gesänge für gemischten Chor, No. 3 (Leipzig und Zürich: Gebrüder Hug, c1902). Pub. No. G.H. 3457. SATB unaccomp.
    • Lauda Anima (Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven), by Mark Andrews. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 7406 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1930). Pub. No. 34943. SATB with organ.
    • Laudamus (Bryn Calfaria), melody by William Owen, arr. by Daniel Protheroe. General Anthems, No. Octavo 1858 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1932). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 8770. SATB with piano or organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Laudate Dominum (O Praise Jehovah), by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. E.C. Schirmer’s Choral Music, No. 2280 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1948). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 1525. Soprano solo and SATB with organ.
    • Laudate Dominum (Praise Ye the Lord), by Steffano Bernardi, transcribed by Carl A. Rosenthal. From the Polyphonic Period of Choral Song Series, No. 9234 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1943). Pub. No. 40298Cx. SSATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Lauds (No. 2 of Three Songs of Praise), by George Dyson. Novello’s Part Song Book, No. P.S.B. 1489 (London: Novello & Co., c1935). Pub. No. 16186. SATB with piano or organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Les Chants de Nöels, 6 nöels anciens et modernes (from his Nöels d’autrefois et Nöels d’aujourd’hui) by M.F. Wilson (Neuchatel: Delachaux & Niestlé, n.d.). SATB.
    • Let All the World in Every Corner Sing, by E.T. Chapman. Year Book Press Series of Unison and Part-Songs, No. 1189 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1926). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Let All the World in Every Corner Sing, by Hugh S. Roberton. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8721 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1941). Pub. No. 39416. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Let All the World in Every Corner Sing, by Eric H. Thiman. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1151 (London: Novello & Co., c1928). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Let God Arise, by Herbert Howells. Modern Anthems, No. A.110 (London: Oxford University Press, c1943). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Let Hearts Awaken, ancient plainsong melody arr. by Joseph W. Clokey. Church Music Review, No. 1597 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). SATB with organ Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Let My Prayer Come Up, by Henry Purcell. Church Music Review, No. 1527 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SSATB with accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled, by Eaton Faning. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 807 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: London, Novello & Ewer, c1904). SATB with accomp.
    • Let the People Praise Thee, by Maurice Monhardt. Choral Settings of the Psalms, No. 11-0610 (Minneapolis?: Augsburg Pub. House, c1963). SATB unaccomp.
    • Let the People Praise Thee, O God, by Percy E. Fletcher. The Musical Times, No. 966 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1923). SATB with organ.
    • Let the People Praise Thee, O God, by Basil Harwood, Op. 54. Novello’s Octavo Anthems (also The Musical Times), No. 1187 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1933. Pub. No. 15892. SATB with organ.
    • Let the Words of My Mouth, by Abraham I. Epstein, ed. by Ernestine M.J. Long (St. Louis, Mo.: Ernestine M.J. Long, c1958). SATB with accomp.
    • Let Their Celestial Concerts All Unite, by Handel. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 68 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 8048. SATB with piano.
    • Let This Mind Be In You by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 105 (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: John Church Co., Theodore Presser Co., dist., c1924). Pub. No. 322-35307. Bass solo, SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Let This Mind Be In You, by Charles Wakefield Cadman. Blue Octavo Series: Sacred, No. 4061 (New York: Harold Flammer, c1927. Pub. No. 841. SATB with soprano or tenor solo and organ.
    • Let Thy Blessed Spirit, by N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4497 (Glen Rock, N.J.: J. Fischer & Bro., c1918). SSATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Let Thy Hand Be Strengthened; and Behold, O God our Defender, by George C. Martin. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 117 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1902). SATB unaccomp.
    • Let Thy Merciful Ears, O Lord by Thomas Weelkes, ed. by Edmund H. Fellowes. Sacred Music, No. 1714 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., n.d.). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 1018. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Let Thy Merciful Ears O Lord by Thomas Weelkes, ed. by Edmund H. Fellowes. Tudor Church Music, No. T.C.M. 35 (London: Oxford University Press, n.d.). SATB with organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, by R. Vaughan Williams. Curwen Edition 41060 (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1916). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, by R. Vaughan Williams. From the Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London (London: J. Curwen & Sons; New York: G. Schirmer, Sole Agents for the USA, c1923). Pub. No. 38602. Unison with piano or organ.
    • Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, by E.H. Thorne. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 308 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). TB with organ.
    • Let Us, with a Gladsome Mind, by Claude Means. Church Music Review, No. 2498 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). Unison with organ.
    • Lieblich Ist’s dem Ew’gen Danken (Good It Is to Thank the Almighty), by Franz Schubert, ed. by H. Walord Davies. The Bach Choir Magazine, Select Vocal Part Music, No. 35 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 11808. SATB unaccomp.
    • Lift Up the Everlasting Gates, by Christopher Tye, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 137 (New York: H.W. Gray Co. for Novello & Co., London, c1907). SATB with accomp.
    • Lift Up Your Heads, by S. Coleridge-Taylor. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 409 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1892). SATB with organ.
    • Lift Up Your Heads, by Orlando Gibbons. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 897 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, n.d.). SSAATB with accomp.
    • Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates (from Handel’s Messiah). Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 69 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SSATB with piano.
    • Light Celestial, by P. Tschaikowsky. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 2572 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1898). Pub. No. 13999x. SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Light Out of Darkness (chorus from The Light of Life), by Edward Elgar, accompaniment arr. for organ by H.A. Chambers. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1209 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, Agents, c1936). Pub. No. 16337. SATB with organ.
    • Lighten Our Darkness, by Josiah Booth. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 224 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1915). SATB with organ.
    • Lighten Our Darkness, by W.A. Goldsworthy (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., c1946). Pub. No. 988. SATB with organ.
    • Lightly, Lightly, Bells Are Pealing, Moravian arr. by Charlotte Garden. Church Music Review, No. 2293 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1934). SATB with solo and organ
    • Lightly, Lightly, Bells Are Pealing, music from Moravian folk song arr. by Charlotte Garden. Church Music Review, No. 2354 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). Two-part with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Light’s Glittering Morn, by John E. West. Church Music Review, No. 1863 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with organ. Baker folders.
    • Light’s Glittering Morn, by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1027 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with orchestra. Also Dickinson folders.
    • Light’s Glittering Morn Bedecks the Sky by Horatio W. Parker. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 3725 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1894, 1922). Pub. No. 11399. SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Like As the Hart Desireth the Waterbrooks, by Herbert Howells. Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A.109 (London: Oxford University Press, c1943). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Like As the Hart Desireth the Water-Brooks (In Manus Tuas), adapted by R.R. Ross, composed by V. Novello (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Like As the Hart Desireth the Water Brooks (Sicut cervius), by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1925, 1952). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 167. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Lilies White and Fair, Southern Folk Melody arr. by Paul Christiansen. Choral Music, No. 907 (Minneapolis: Schmitt Hall and McCreary Co., c1968). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Lincoln’s Second Inaugural, by Harvey Gaul. Church Music Review, No. 1971 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with solos and piano or organ.
    • Listen to the Lambs, by R. Nathaniel Dett. G. Schirmer’s Secular Choruses, No. 5956 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1914). Pub. No. 25010. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Litany: To the Holy Spirit, by H. Walford Davies. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 980 (London: Novello & Co., c1910). Quartet and SATB with accomp.
    • Lo! From the Hills My Help Descends, adapted by C. Lee Williams (1901), chime by Dr. Stephens. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 161 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Lo! He Comes with Clouds Descending, by John Holler. Church Music Review, No. 2892 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with soprano or tenor solo and organ.
    • Lo, In the Time Appointed, by Healey Willan. From Liturgical Motets by Healey Willan, No. 7. Oxford Music, No. L.M. 7 (New York: Oxford University Press, c1929). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). [Copy 2 has Carl Fisher, sole agents for Oxford University Press, as publisher, and Pub. No. O.X. 999 on cover; otherwise identical].
    • Lo, My Shepherd Is Divine, arranged from Haydn’s Mass in G (No. 7). The Musical Times, No. 65 and also The Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Soli and SATB with piano. Dickinson folders.
    • Lo! Star-Led Chiefs (Palestine) by Crotch. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 687 (London: Novello and Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, 1930?). SATB with piano.
    • Lo! The Day of Rest Declineth, by H. Elliot Button. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 120 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1903). SATB with soprano solo and accomp.
    • Lo, This Is Our God, by Ralph L. Baldwin. G. Schirmer’s Choral Music, No. 8886 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1942). Pub. No. 39906. SATB with organ.
    • Lobgesang (Gedict von Emerich Schumann), by Franz Jaksch (Leipzig: Adolf Robitschek, n.d.). Pub. No. R.&R. 2175. SATB unaccomp.
    • Long, Long Ago, by Edwin Fissinger (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1953). SATB with organ.
    • Long, Long Ago, by Herbert Howells. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 1303 (London: Novello & Co., c1951). Pub. No. 17560. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Looke downe, O Lord by William Byrde, ed. by Frederick Bridge. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 1213 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SSTB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Look Upon Mine Adversity, John Blow, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 859 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1906). SATB with accomp.
    • Lord, at All Times, by Felix Mendelssohn, arr. by Henry Fusner. Church Music Review, No. 3020 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SSA with accomp.
    • Lord, Come Away, by John Huston. Church Music Review No. 2456 (New York: H.W. Gray, c1957). SATB with soprano solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Lord God of Hosts, music based on the tune by Alfred Scott-Gatty by Richard T. Gore. Church Music Review, No. 2297 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1953). TTBB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Lord, How Long Wilt Thou Be Angry? By Henry Purcell, ed. by J.A. Westrup. Henry Purcell Popular Edition of Selected Works, No. 13; and Octavo Anthems, No. 1262 (London: Novello & Co. for the Purcell Society, n.d.). Pub. No. 17006. SSATB with organ.
    • Lord, How Long Wilt Thou Forget Me? by Mendelssohn. Ditson & Co.’s Sacred Selections, No. 3488 (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Lord, I Cry Unto Thee, by Tchaikovsky. Fischer Edition Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4183 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). SSA solos with SATB and accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Lord, I Have Loved the Habitation of Thy House, by F. Iliffe. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 391 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1892). SATB with organ.
    • Lord, In Thankful Love Adoring, by Franz Schubert, ed. and adapted by F.A.W. Docker. Short Anthems, No. 140 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Lord, Let Me Know Mine End, by Geoffrey Shaw. Church Choir Library, No. 89 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1911). Pub. No. S.&B. 812. SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Lord, Make Me to Know, from Requiem by Johannes Brahms. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 5123 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). SATB and baritone solo with piano.
    • Lord of All Being, by Mark Andrews. Church Music Review, No. 424 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with bass solo and accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Lord of All Being, by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach. Church Music Review, No. 1500 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1938). SATB with organ.
    • Lord of All Power and Might, by G.W. Chadwick. Sacred Octavo Series, No. 273 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1895). Pub. No. A.P.S. 3698-2. SATB with organ.
    • Lord of Hosts, 15th century melody harmonized by Chas. Burney. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4343 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1903). Pub. No. 16909. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Lord of Our Being (Sorge nel Petto) from Rinaldo, by G.F. Handel. Series: Church Music Review, No. 1965 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., n.d.). Unison with accomp.
    • Lord of Our Life, melody by Joh. Crüger (1640), arr. and paraphrased by Charlotte Garden. Octavo Church Music, No. 2887 (Boston: Boston Music Co.; New York: G. Schirmer, c1954). Pub. No. B.M Co. 11766. SATB with tenor or soprano solo, reader, and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Lord of the Worlds Above, by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 109. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 13,892 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1925). SATB with bass solo and organ.
    • Lord, on Our Offences, by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 79 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling-Place, by Ronald Arnatt (1954) (New York: Mercury Music Corp., c1956). Pub. No. MC 266-7. SATB with tenor solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge by R. Vaughan Williams. Curwen edition, No. 80592 (London: J. Curwen & Sons; New York: G. Schirmer, Agents, c1921). SATB with orchestra (or organ).
    • Lord, Thou Hast Searched Me, by Arthur Whiting. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 434 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1893). SATB with tenor solo and organ.
    • Lord, We Implore Thee, by Cesar Franck, adapted by W. Southwick. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 283 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1888). Pub. No. 5999. SATB with solos and organ.
    • Lord, We Leave Thy Servant Sleeping, by Johannes Brahms, Op. 13, accomp. arr. for organ by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 830 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1905). ATBB semi-chorus with SATB and organ.
    • Lord, We Pray in Mercy Lead Us, by Jean Sibelius, arr. by Herbert Stavely Sammond. Breitkopf & Härtel’s Female Choruses, No. 12 (New York: Breitkopf & Härtel, c1915). Pub. No. 27807. TTBB with organ.
    • Lord, We Pray Thee, by H.A. Chambers. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 149 (London: Novello & Co., c1909). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Lord, We Pray Thee, arr. from Haydn, ed. by T. Tertius Noble. York Series, Sacred, No. 505 (York: Banks & Son, c1899). SATB with organ.
    • Lord, Whom My Heart Holds Dear by Ferdinand Hiller, arr. by Arthur H. Ryder. Sacred Quartets and Choruses: Men’s Voices, No. 464 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1909). Pub. No. B.M. Co. 1958. TTBB with organ.
    • Love, by Franz Schubert. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 5014 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1908). Pub. No. 19944. TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Love and Time, by Edgar Thorn. P.L. Jung’s Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 1 (New York: P.L. Jung, Pub., c1897). TTBB unaccomp.
    • Love Is Come Again, French tune arr. by Henry Whipple. Church Music Review, No. 1488 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1938). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Love Not the World, by Fredrick A. Gore Ousley, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 154 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1909). SATB with organ.
    • Love Unto Thine Own Who Camest, by Harold Rhodes. The Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A15 (London: Oxford Univ. Press, c1927). SATB with organ.
    • Lovely Appear from The Redemption by Ch. Gounod. Series: Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 707 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer and Co., n.d.). Soprano solo, SATB, with accomp.
    • Lowly and Solemn Be, arr. from R. Schumann by P.A. Schnecker. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 444 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1889). Pub. No. 7844. SATB with organ.
    • Lucifer in Starlight, by Granville Bantock. The Orpheus, a Collection of Glees and Part-Songs for Male Voices, No. 516 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1911). TTBBBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Lullaby, by Johannes Brahms. Franklin Collection Quartettes and Choruses for Male Voices, No. 14 (New York: Luckhardt & Belder, n.d.). Pub. No. 130-1. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Lullaby, by W.A. Mozart, arr. and ed. with English text by Richard D. Row. Row Octavo Series, No. 300 (Boston: R.D. Row Music Co., c1935). SATB with accomp. (if necessary).
    • Lullaby, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. by Arthur H. Ryder. Part-Songs for Mens Voices, No. 13,113 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1917). TTBB with piano.
    • Magdalena, by Joh. Brahms from his “Songs to Mary,” No. 6. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses, No. 224 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1889). SATB unaccomp.
    • Magdalena, by Johannes Brahms. Robert Shaw Choral Series, No. 9953 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1951). Pub. No. 42461C. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Magnificat by Richard Purvis. Choral Church Music, No. 8707 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1941). Pub. No. 39394C. SATB with baritone solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, by Robert W. Jones. Church Music Review, No. 3017 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1968). SATB with 3 Trumpets, 3 Trombones, Organ and Timpani.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Charles Wood. Laurel Octavo, Year Book Press Series, No. 1244 (Boston: C.C. Birchard Co., c1923). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, a plainsong setting with fauxbourdon by Ludovico Viadana, arr. by Healey Willan. Church Music Review, No. 1569 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1939). Cantor, SATB, with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis for mixed voices in the Key of E minor by Searle Wright. Church Music Review, No. 2033 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1947). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis for unison voices in the Key of F by David McK. Williams. Church Music Review, No. 1824 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1942). Unison with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, set to music in the Key of D by C.S. Lang, Op. 20. Novello’s Parish Choir Book, No. 1162 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, c1930). Pub. No. 15631. Unison, SATB and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, set to music in the Key of D major by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 1058 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, set to music in the Key of F by Harold W. Friedell (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1957). From Church Music Review, No. 2464. SATB with organ.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, set to music in the key of G by George H.P. Hewson. Novello’s Parish Choir Book, No. 1172 (London: Novello & Co., Sole Agents H.W. Gray Co., New York, c1931). Pub. No. 15750. SATB with organ.
    • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 8813 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1925). Pub. No. 39723. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Make a Joyful Noise, by Frederic Groton. Blue Octave Series, Sacred, No. 4057 (New York: Harold Flammer, c1926). Pub. No. 790C. SATB with organ.
    • Make a Joyful Noise, by Gordon Young. Church Music Review, No. 3016 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB with organ.
    • Make We Joy, 15th century Christmas carol, music by Harold W. Friedell. Church Music Review, No. 1856 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., c1943). SSAA with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Man Born to Toil, by Gustav Holst. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8509 (New York: G. Schirmer; London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1927). Pub. No. 38921. SATB with organ.
    • Manger Carol, 13th century French carol, arr. by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2419 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). Unison with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • March of the Templars. Select Movements from The Crusaders, a Sacred Cantata by Henry Hiles, No. 1 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Maria Walks Amid the Thorn (Maria durch ein Dornwald ging), Old German Folk-song arr. by Franz Wasner. From the Repertoire of The Trapp Family Singers: G. Schirmer Octavo No. 8796 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1942). Pub. No. 39672C. SAT with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Mary Through a Thornwood’s Gone, traditional German carol by Annabel Morris Buchanan. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 8334 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1947). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Mass for St. Peter, by Alec Wyton. Church Music Review, No. 3039 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1968). Two-part with organ.
    • Masters in This Hall, music based on an old French carol arr. by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Christmas Carols for Mixed Voices, No. C.M. 374 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1932). Pub. No. CC26323-13. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Matins, by Miriam Righter. Witmark Choral Library, No. 2539 (New York: W. Mitmark & Sons, c1931). Pub. No. M.W. & Sons 19215-4. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • May the Grace of Christ, by Ivor R. Davies. Novello’s Chorister Series of Church Music, No. 73 (London: Novello & Co., c1932). Pub. No. 15856. SATB with organ.
    • Meek, As Thou Livedst, Hast Thou Departed (An Elegy), by L. van Beethoven. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 678 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Midday, by Ed. Lassen. Schirmer’s Octavo Quartets and Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 52 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1887). Pub. No. 4948. SATB unaccomp.
    • Midsummer Clouds, by Edward MacDowell. P.L. Jung’s Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 19 (New York: P.L. Jung Pub., c1898). Pub. No. P.L.J. 446. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Mid-Winter, music by Gustav Holst. Carols from the Oxford Book of Carols, No. 187 (London & New York: Oxford University Press, n.d.). Pub. No. N609-2. SATB unaccomp.
    • Mighty Spirit, All Transcending (Ave Verum Corpus), by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1936). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 999. SATB with organ.
    • Minstrel Song (Minnelied), by Adam de la Hale, arr. by A. Zander (N.p.: F.A. Rockar, c1893). TTBB unaccomp.
    • Mir ist so wohl im Gotteshaus, by O. Thomas. Drei geistliche Lieder, No.1 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel’s Musikalienhandlung, n.d.). Pub. No. 12313. SATB unaccomp.
    • Mirtillo ed Amarilli, by Radesca da Foggia, compiled by Eug. Thomas (Leipzig: F.M. Geidel, n.d.). SATB with harp or piano.
    • Misericordias Domini, by Francesco Durante. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, First Series, No. 583 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1891). Pub. No. 9300. Double SATB with piano.
    • Mock Not God’s Name, by Christopher Tye, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 212 (London: Novello & Co., Sole Agents H.W. Gray Co., New York, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • More and More, by Seifert. The Recherche Collection of Choruses for Male Voices, No. 4 (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., c1883). TTBB with accomp.
    • Morning, by E. Lassen. Ditson & Co.’s Octavo Choruses, No. 4878 (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., c1883). SATB unaccomp.
    • Morning Hymn, by Georg Henschel. Octavo Church Music, No. 279 (Boston: Boston Music Co.; New York: G. Schirmer, c1909). Pub. No. B.M. Co. 2287. SATBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Morning Star, by W. Lawrence Curry. Church Music Review, No. 2566 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SATB with Youth Choir or Solo and organ.
    • Morn’s Roseate Hues, by G.W. Chadwick. Church Music Review, No. 17 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1903). SATB with accomp.
    • Most Mighty, Most Holy (From Hora Novissima) by Horatio Parker. Church Music Review, No. 1177 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Motette, by F. Gustav Jansen. Vaterunser und Motette für gemischten Chor, No. 2 (Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, n.d.). Pub. No. F.E.C.L. 5502. SATB unaccomp.
    • Musette: Christmas Song, music from the Collection de Choeurs of F.A. Gevaert (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1912). Pub. No. S.C. No. 12.20C. From Sacred Choruses series, No. 12. SATB with accompaniment for rehearsal only.
    • My Heart Ever Faithful by Johann Sebastian Bach. Folk-Songs, Airs and Chorals, Secular and Sacred, for Unison Singing: Group I, No. 1009 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1928, 1955). Pub. No. E.C.S. 283 (419). Unison with piano.
    • My Heart Is Fixed, O God, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2414 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). SATB with organ.
    • My King Rode in Through the City Gates, by H. Leroy Baumgartner. Church Music Review, No. 1041 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1930). SATB with organ.
    • My Shepherd Will Supply My Need, traditional hymn tune from the southern part of the USA, arr. by Virgil Thomson. Church Music Review, No. 2046 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1938). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • My Song Shall Be Alway of the Loving-Kindness, by Godfrey Sampson. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 1133 (London: Novello and Co., c1937). Pub. No. 16475. Soprano solo and SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • My Song Shall Be of Mercy and Judgment, by Daniel Protheroe. Blue Octavo Series, Sacred, No. 4075 (New York: Harold Flammer, c1928). Pub. No. 928C. SATB with Alto Solo and organ.
    • My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord: Trio (from Christmas Oratorio) by C. Saint-Saëns. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5428 (New York: G. Schirmer; Boston: Boston Music Co., c1910). Pub. No. 21869. SATB with piano.
    • My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord (Magnificat) by John Rodgers. Church Music Review, No. 2359 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • My Soul Truly Waiteth Still Upon God, by Thomas Attwood, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 885 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1907). SATB with Soprano Solo and organ.
    • My Voice Shalt Thou Hear, by Claude Means (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 4502. SSA with piano.
    • Neun ausgewählte Preussiches Fest-Lieder, by Johann Eccard, arr. by Carl Riedel (Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt, n.d.). SATB (part divisi).
    • New Born, Christmas spiritual arr. by John W. Work. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 8118 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1945). SSA unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • New Born, Christmas spiritual arr. by John W. Work. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 8119 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1945). SSATTB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Night, by Ed. Lassen. Schirmer’s Octavo Quartets and Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 54 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1887). Pub. No. 4950. SATB unaccomp.
    • Nightfall by Frederick Locke Lawrence. Church Music Review, No. 639 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Ninna-Nanna (Sheep Child Divine) (Nato Nobis Salvatore), by Melchiorre Mauro-Cottone. McLaughlin & Reilly Co. Edition, No. 605 (Boston: McLaughlin & Reilly Co., c1931). SATB with Tenor or Soprano Solo and organ.
    • No Candle Was There and No Fire, by Liza Lehmann, arr. by William Stickles. Chappell’s Vocal Library of Anthems Arranged for Three Female Voices, No. 9003 (New York: Chappell & Co., c1930). Pub. No. 7966-5. SSA with organ or piano.
    • No Rest for Thy Head, arr. by David Stanley Smith. Church Choir Library, No. 253 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1923). Pub. No. S.&B. 2736. SATB with accomp.
    • Nobody Knows de Trouble I’ve Seen, Negro spiritual harmonized and arranged by H.T. Burleigh. G. Ricordi & Co.’s Collection of Part Songs and Choruses for Mixed Voices No. N.Y. 406 (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1924). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Noel, traditional French carol arr. by Felix Guenther. Church Music Review, No. 1923 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1944). SSA with accomp.
    • Nolo Mortem Peccatoris by Thomas Morley, ed. by S. Townsend Warner. Tudor Church Music, No. T.C.M. 13 (London: Oxford University Press, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders.
    • None Other Lamb, by Joseph Roff (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1954). SATB with organ or piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Not Unto Us O Lord, by George Rathbone. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1172 (London: Novello & Co., Sole Agents H.W. Gray Co., New York, c1931). Pub. No. 15659. SATB with organ.
    • Now All the People, by J. Feyhl. Schirmer’s Octavo Quartets and Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 529 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1895). Pub. No. 12552. SATB unaccomp.
    • Now Are Mine Eyes Grown Dim (Caligaverunt oculi mei) from Twelve Passion Motets, by Michael Haydn (1778), ed. by Otto Schmid-Dresden, English version by Th. Baker. G Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 949 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14642. SATB with organ.
    • Now Is Come Salvation, by Percy E. Fletcher. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1094 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1922). SATB with organ.
    • Now Is the Old Year Passed Away, by Michael Praetorius, ed. by John Finley Williamson. Westminster Choir Series, No. 8; also G. Schirmer’s Octavos, No. 7541 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1931). Pub. No. 35501. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee (from the Cantata Sleepers, Wake!) by John Sebastian Bach. Commonwealth Series: Part Songs for Mixed Voices, Sacred and Secular, No. 354 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1921). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 1. SATB with accomp.
    • Now Let Us All Praise God and Sing by Gordon Young (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1961). Pub. No. 2207. SSA with organ.
    • Now Thank We All Our God, by Carl F. Mueller. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8551 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1934, 1940). Pub. No. 39045C. SATB with organ or piano.
    • Now Thank We All Our God, by Carl F. Mueller. G. Schirmer’s Octavo, No. 9373 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1934, 1944. Pub. No. 40753C. SSAA with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Now There Lightens Upon Us by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 1307 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1935). SATB with organ. Baker folders.
    • Now When Jesus, by Joseph Holbrooke. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 868 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1906). SATB with Bass Solo and organ.
    • Nun danket Alle Gott, by Hans Georg Nageli (Zhrich: Verlag Hug & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. G.H. 8370. SATB with Cantus firmus, unaccomp.
    • O All Ye People, by Henry Purcell ed. by J.F. Bridge. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. Anth. 505 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SSTB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O All Ye That Pass By, by Tomas Luis de la Vitoria. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 833 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Be Joyful in the Lord, by Cesar Franck, chorus arr. by Richard W. Crowe. G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music: General Anthems, No. 3529 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1894). Pub. No. 8894. Tenor solo, SATB, with organ.
    • O Be Joyful in the Lord (Jubilate Deo in C), by John Huston. Church Music Review, No. 2371 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1955). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Be Joyful in the Lord (Jubilate Deo), by Searle Wright. Church Music Review, No. 2480 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Bide With Us, Thou Saviour Dear, by J.S. Bach, arr. by Walter Wild. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Sacred Choruses for Women’s Voice, No. 993 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1937). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14865-3. SSA with piano.
    • O Bless the Lord, My Soul, by John Knowles Paine. Sacred Quartets and Choruses: Men’s Voices, No. 812 (Boston: Boston Music Co.; New York: G. Schirmer, c1911). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 2567. TTBB with organ.
    • O Blessed and Ever Gracious Lord, music by Tchaikovsky. Choral Album, No. 1258 (London: Bayley & Ferguson, c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Blessed and Ever Gracious Lord, by Tchaikovsky. Fischer Edition Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4364 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O bone Jesu, by G.P. da Palestrina, ed. by Edwin W. Glover. Musical Art Society of Cincinnati [Series] (Cincinnati: W.H. Willis & Co., c1917). Pub. No. 917-1. SATB with accomp.
    • O Brother Man, hymn tune “Welwyn” by Alfred Scott-Gatty. Skidmore Choral Library, No. SK 2044 (New York: Skidmore Music Co., c1959). SATB with accomp.
    • O Christ, the Heavens’ Eternal King, by Eric H. Thiman. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. Anth. 1148 (London: Novello & Co., c1927). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Christ Who Holds the Open Gate, by Martin Shaw. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1192 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, c1934). Pub. No. 16023. SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • O, Clap Your Hands, by R. Vaughan Williams, arr. for organ accompaniment only. Church Choir Library, No. 222 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1920). Pub. No. S. & B. 2222. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Clap Your Hands Together, by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 891 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, n.d.). SSAATTBB with accomp.
    • O Clap Your Hands Together, by Christopher Thomas. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1642 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1937). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14901-3. Unison with accomp.
    • O Come and Mourn with Me, by Henry Overley. Church Music Review, No. 2506 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Come Every One That Thirsteth (from Mendelssohn’s Elijah). Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 721 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • O Come, Let Us Worship, by S. Rachmaninoff, Op. 37, No. 1, ed. by Winfred Douglas. Songs of the Church, No. 1 (New York:H.W. Gray Co., c1920, 1948). SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Come, Let Us Worship, by P.I. Tschaikowsky, English adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4412 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1917). SSAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Come, Let Us Worship (95th Psalm), by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 250 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Tenor solo, SATB with piano.
    • O Conquering Galilean, from the Cantata “The Prince of Peace” by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Church Music Review, No. 1168 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with accomp.
    • O Divine Redeemer, by Ch. Gounod. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 811 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 13104. SATB with organ.
    • O Esca Viatorum, on the melody “Ne Vueilles pas, O Sive” by Louis Bourgeois, arr. for men’s voices by Winfred Douglas (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1926). TBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • O Everlasting Light, by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 832 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1905). SATB with or organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Father Who Didst All Things Make, by Eric C. Thiman. Series: Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1156 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1928). Pub. No. 15435. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Father, Whose Almighty Power (Chorus from Judas Maccabaeus), by G.F. Handel. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4577 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1904?). Pub. No. 18020. SATB accomp.
    • O For a Closer Walk, by Gordon Young. Choir Loft Choral Series, No. 312-40390 (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Theodore Presser Co., c1958). SATB with tenor solo and organ or piano.
    • O For a Closer Walk with God, by Myles B. Foster. Ditson & Co.’s Sacred Selections, No. 1257 (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB with soprano or tenor solo and organ.
    • O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing, by R. Deane Shure. The New Sacred Edwin H. Morris Choral Library, No. 983 (New York: Edwin H. Morris Co., c1945). SATB and congregation with piano.
    • O Freude ober Freude, by Johann Eccard, ed. by Carl Riedel. From Neun ausgewahlte Preussische Fest-Lieder von Johann Eccard, Heft II (Leipzig: C.F. Kahnt, n.d.). SATB with descant, unaccomp.
    • O Give Thanks, by R. Huntington Woodman. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4544 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1905). Pub. No. 17843. SATB with baritone solo and organ.
    • O Give Thanks Unto the Lord, by Arthur Bliss. Musical Times, No. 1471 (London: Novello & Co., c1965). Pub. No. 19467. SATB with accomp.
    • O Give Thanks Unto the Lord, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2890 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with organ.
    • O Gladsome Light (The Hymn of Sophronius), by A. Arkhangelsky, adapted by N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4332 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1917). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Gladsome Light (The Hymn of Sophronius), by A. Arkhangelsky, adapted by N. Lindsay Norden. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4116 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1914). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Gladsome Light (The Hymn of Sophronius), adapted by N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4135 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). Pub. No. J.F. & B. 4135-4. SSAATTTBBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Gladsome Light (The Hymn of Sophronius), by Dvoretsky, adapted by N. Lindsay Norden. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4104 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Gloriosa Virginum (Jesu, the Hope of Souls Forlorn), by Mendelssohn, adapted and arr. by S. Austen Pearce. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 400 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1889). Pub. No. 7303. SATB with organ.
    • O God, Beneath Thy Guiding Hand, by Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. Church Music Review, No. 2444 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). SATB with youth choir and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O God from Whom Proceedeth Light, by Horatio Parker. Church Music Review, No. 1170 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1918). SATB with accomp.
    • O God of Bethel, by Christopher Tye, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 136 (London: Novello & Co., Sole Agents H.W. Gray Co., New York, c1907). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O God of God! O Light of Light! by William T. Timmings. Church Music Review, No. 1123 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ.
    • O God of Youth based on the hymn (words and melody) by Bates T. Burt, arr. on the hymn tune lynne by W. Glen Darst. Church Music Review, No. 2147 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1950). Unison with accomp. Baker folders (1 copy). Also Dickinson folders (1 copy).
    • O God of Youth, hymn tune lynne arr. by Gerhard Schroth. Select Choral Series, No. 5179 (Chicago: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., c1954). SATB with organ or piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O God, the Protector of All, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 3022 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB with accomp.
    • O God, Thou Art My God, by Henry Purcell. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 141 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • O God, Thou Art My God, by David McK. Williams. The Evergreen Series, No. 6. Church Music Review, No. 2378 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1955). SATB with soprano solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O God, Thou Hast Cast Us Out, by Henry Purcell. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 188 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SSAATB with organ.
    • O God, Thou Hast Cast Us Out, by Henry Purcell, continuo and organ ed. by Anthony Lewis and Nigel Fortune. Purcell Society Reprints, No. P.S.R. 1 (London: Novello & Co., c1957). Pub. No. 18549. SSAATB with basso continuo and organ.
    • O God When Thou Appearest (Splendente te Deus), by Mozart, the organ accompaniment by Vincent Novello. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 208 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • O God Who Art Peace Everlasting, by George Wald. Galaxy Music for the Church, No. 1420 (New York: Galaxy Music Co., 1943). SATB unaccomp.
    • O Help Us, Lord, by Norman Cocker (from his Two Choral Hymns). The Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A21 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, c1928). SATB with organ.
    • O Help Us, Lord; Each Hour of Need, by Walford Davies. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1233 (London: Novello & Co., c1938). SATB with organ.
    • O Holy City Seen of John, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2882 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1964). Two Part (SA & TB) with organ.
    • O Holy Father, Infinite in Mercy (O bone Jesu), by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1925). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 153. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Holy Jesu, music from a Russian sacramental hymn by Lvoff, arr. by Ronald M. Grant. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4506 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1905). Pub. No. 17722. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O How Amiable, by R. Vaughan Williams. Oxford Anthems, No. A. 94 (London: Oxford University Press, c1940). SATB with organ.
    • O Jesu, Look, anthem for five voices by George Kirby (d. 1634), edited by S. Townsend Warner. Tudor Church Music, No. 18 (London [etc.]: Oxford University Press, n.d.). TTAT with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Jesu Sweet (O Jesulein süss), music harmonized by J.S. Bach from the Schemelli Gesang-Buch, arr. by E. Harold Geer. Sacred Choruses for Women’s Voices, No. 377 (New York & Boston: Carl Fischer, c1932. Pub. No. 26355-3. SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Jesulein süss, o Jesulein mild, by Max Trümpelmann. Geistliche Gesangswerke für gemischten Chor, Serie I (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, n.d.). Pub. No. 7777. SATB unaccomp.
    • O Jesus, Lord of Heavenly Grace, by Maurice C. Whitney. Church Music Review, No. 2567 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1959). SATB with organ.
    • O Jesus, Tender Shepherd, Hear (Ach Lieber Herre Jesu Christ), German folk song arr. by Johannes Brahms, English version by W.G. Rothery. Novello’s Part-Song Book, No. 1070 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O King, to Whom All Things Do Live, by Healey Willan. Liturgical Motets by Healey Willan, No. 8 (New York: Carl Fischer, sole agents for Oxford University Press, c1931. Pub. Nos. C.M. 352, L.M. 8, 26076-3. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • O Lamb of God, by César Franck, arr. by Homer Nearing. Octavo Church Music, No. 2293 (Boston: Boston Music Co.; New York: G. Schirmer, c1941). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 9872. SATB with organ.
    • O Light Divine, by Alexander Archangelsky. Vocal Chamber Music for Small Groups and A Capella Choruses, No. 14588 (Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Co., c1932). Pub. No. 77268-4. SATB with piano or organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Little One (two versions) and Jesus of the Manger (from Carols from the Oxford Book of Carols, Nos. 109-110, pp. 222-225) (London & New York: Oxford University Press, n.d.). SATB unaccomp.
    • O Little Town of Bethlehem, by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Church Music Review, No. 1155 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SATB with organ.
    • O Lord, Be Merciful by César Franck adapted by W. Southwick. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 3282 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1888). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Lord, Give Thy Holy Spirit, by Thomas Tallis. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 133 (London: Novello & Co., c1899). SATB with organ.
    • O Lord, Give Thy Holy Spirit, by Thomas Tallis. Church Music Review, No. 3044 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Lord God of Hosts by Harvey B. Gaul. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 6745 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1918, 1945). Pub. No. 28282Cx. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Lord God of Hosts, by Henry Purcell. Purcell Society Reprints, No. P.S.R. 2 (London: Novello & Co., c1958). Pub. No. 18549. SSAATTBB with organ.
    • O Lord God, to Thee Be Praise (O Seigneur loué sera), by J.P. Sweelinck. Schirmer’s Standard Secular Choruses, No. 2620 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14349. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • O Lord God, Unto Whom Vengeance Belongeth, by Robert Baker. Church Music Review, No. 1741 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • O Lord, Have Mercy Upon Me, by G.B. Pergolesi, adapted by Vincent Novello. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 926 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1908). SATB with Baritone solo and organ.
    • O Lord, I Will Exalt Thee, by Horatio W. Parker. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 820 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1897). Pub. No. 13222. SATB with organ.
    • O Lord, Increase My Faith by Orlando Gibbons. Church Music Review, No. 1579 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Lord Most Holy, by César Franck. Sacred Quartets and Choruses, Men’s Voices, No. 477 (Boston: Boston Music Co.; New York: G. Schirmer, c1909). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 1971). TTBB with tenor solo and organ.
    • O Lord, Most Merciful (Panis Angelicus), by Cesar Franck, arr. by K.K.D. Two-Part Choral Songs, Secular and Sacred, No. 1571 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1938). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 943 (968). Two-Part and Unison with piano or organ.
    • O Lord My God, I Will Exalt Thee, by James Nares, ed. and organ accomp. arr. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 702 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with bass solo and organ.
    • O Lord Our Governor, by Marcello, arr. by J.L. Hopkins. The Musical Times, No. 163 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • O Lord Our Governor, by Fred. H. Young. Church Music Review, No. 247 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1909). SATB with tenor solo and accomp.
    • O Lord, Support All the Day Long, by Eric H. Thiman. The Musical Times, No. 1095 (London: Novello & Co., c1934). SATB with organ.
    • O Lord Support Us, by Maurice Besley. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 8961 (New York: G. Schirmer, 1922). Pub. No. 40114. SATB with organ or piano (for rehearsal).
    • O Lord, the Maker of All Thing, by King Henry VIII ed. by Walter Parratt. The Musical Times, No. 784 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, c1908). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Love, That Wilt Not Let Me Go, by Mark Andrews. Church Music Review, No. 954 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1928). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • O Lovely, Holy Night (O Weihnacht, heilige Nacht), by Eduard Kremser, arr. for Male Voices by E.J. Biedermann. Fischer’s Octavo Edition of Sacred Choruses with English and German Words, No. 3344 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1909). TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Make Our Hearts to Blossom from He Is Risen, by Joseph W. Clokey (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1953). Pub. No. 2065 and 2266-4. SSAATBB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O My Dear Heart, by David H. Williams. Church Music Review, No. 3028 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB with organ.
    • O My Deir Hert, by Marion Conklin Chapman. Music for Christmas, No. 1460 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1944). SATB with soprano or tenor solo or junior choir and organ.
    • O My Deir Hert, Young Jesus Sweit, by Edward Margetson. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 6555 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1931). SSA with accomp.
    • O Nata Lux de Lumine (O Light of Light), by Thomas Tallis. Tudor Church Music, Second Series, No. 82 (London: Oxford University Press, c1935). Pub. No. O.U.P. 93. SATB with organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders.
    • O Lord Our Governor, by Fred. H. Young. Church Music Review, No. 247 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1909). SATB with tenor solo and accomp.
    • O Praise God in His Holiness, harmonized by George C. Martin. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 429 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • O Praise God in His Holiness (Harvest Anthem), by Cuthbert Harris. Sacred Octavo Series, No. 1580 (New York & Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1899, 1927). Pub. No. A.P.S. 5059-3. SATB with organ.
    • O Praise God in His Holiness (Psalm 150) by Arthur J. Pritchard. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 1321 (London: Novello & Co., c1953). Pub. No. 17834. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Praise God in His Holiness, by Clarke Whitfeld, organ part by Vincent Novello. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 124 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • O Praise the Lord, by John Goss. The Musical Times, No. 168 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • O Praise the Lord (Laudate Dominum), by John Rodgers. Church Music Review, No. 2603 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1959). SATB with organ.
    • O Praise the Lord (Laudate pueri dominum), by Zingarelli arr. with accomp. by Vincent Novello. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 266 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with tenor solo and organ or piano.
    • O Praise the Name of the Lord, No. 8 from the Vesper Service by Peter Tschaikowsky, the words adjusted to the music by Charles Winfred Douglas. Series: A Capella Choruses from the Russian Liturgy, No. 6 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1915). Pub. No. A.C.No.6. SATB with accomp.
    • O Praise Ye the Lord, by W.A. Mozart. The Musical Times Series, No. 347 (London: Novello & Co., 1925?). SATB with solo and piano.
    • O, Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem, by Herbert Howells. Oxford Anthems, No. A.107 (London: Oxford University Press, c1943). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Salutaris (O Saving Victim) by C. Saint-Saëns, edited by John White. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music: First Series, No. 471 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890). Pub. No. 8186. SAB with piano.
    • O Sapientia! (O Wisdom!) by T. Tertius Noble. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 4840 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 19390X. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Saving Victim, by Norman Coke-Jephcott. Church Music Review, No. 1124 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • O Saviour of the World from The Darkest Hour by Harold Moore. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 970 (London: Novello & Co., c1910). SATB with solos and accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Send Thy Light Forth, by Balakireff, ed. by A.M. Henderson. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4163 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, by Robert Crandell. Witmark Sacred Choral Library, No. 5-W3444 (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1952). Pub. No. M.W. & Sons 20977-11. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, by Henry Purcell, ed. by Watkins Shaw. Octavo Anthems, No. Anth. 1325 (London: Novello & Co., c1956). Pub. No. 18313. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Sing Unto the Lord (Cantate Domino), by John Huston. Church Music Review, No. 2301 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1953). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Son of Man, by W. Glen Darst. Church Music Review, No. 2247 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1952). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Son of Mary (O Salutaris hostia), by C. Saint-Saëns ed. and arr. by Charlotte Lockwood Garden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 8088 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1945). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Sons and Daughters Let Us Sing (O Filii et Filiae), ancient song harmonized and arr. by Walford Davies (London: Novello & Co., c1918). Pub. No. H.W.D. 131. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Sons and Daughters, by C. Harwood. Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A17 (New York: Oxford University Press, c1928). SATB with accomp.
    • O Tarry Thou the Lord’s Leisure, by John E. West. Novello’s Services, Anthems, &c. for Men’s Voices, No. 53 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1900). ATBB with organ.
    • O Taste and See, by A.H. Mann. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5314 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1909). Pub. No. 21101. SATB with organ.
    • O Taste and See, by R. Vaughan Williams. Composed for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II (London: Oxford University Press, c1953). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • O Thou by Whom We Come to God: Invitatory Introit, by Godfrey Sampson. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 283 (London: Novello and Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1937). Pub. No. 16482. SATB with organ.
    • O Thou That Hearest Prayer from The Temple by W. Walford Davies. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 824 (London: Novello & Co., c1911, 1939). SATB with soprano solo and accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • O Thou, the Central Orb, by Orlando Gibbons ed. by C.F.M. Wood Octavo Series, Sacred, No. 378 (Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 7241-11. SAATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Thou, the Central Orb, by Orlando Gibbons. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 806 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • O Thou, the Central Orb, by Charles Wood. Laurel Octavo, the Year Book Press Series, No. 1155 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1915, 1943). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Wisdom! by T. Tertius Noble. Church Music Review, No. 203 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • O Worship the King, by Frank E. Ward. Church Music Review, No. 910 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1928). SATB and soprano (or tenor) solo and organ.
    • O Ye Mighty, Give Unto the Lord Glory and Strength (The 29th Psalm), by Willy Richter. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 9216 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1943). Pub. No. 40242C. SATB with bass solo and piano or organ.
    • Of the Father’s Love Begotten, the music founded on “Corde Natus” by Eric H. Thiman. Series: Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1184 (London: Novello & Co., c1932). Pub. No. 15848. SATB with organ.
    • Of the Father’s Love Begotten, by John Rodgers. Church Music Review, No. 2427 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1956). Unison and SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Oh! For a Closer Walk with God: a Short and Easy Anthem for Whitsuntide, by Myles B. Foster. Ditson & Co.’s Sacred Selections, Tenth Series (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 1257. Sop. and Ten. Solo with SATB Chorus.
    • Oh, if Mother Volga, by S.W. Pantchenko, arr. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People No. 12,855 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). Pub. No. 5-130-71120-5. SATB with piano.
    • Oh! That We Two Were Maying, by Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by Victor Herbert (New York: G. Schirmer Jr., c1902; Boston: Boston Music Co., c1913). [Photoduplicated manuscript]. TTB with SATB unaccomp.
    • On Christmas Day (Traditional Greek Melody), arr. by Malcolm Sargent. The Oxford Choral Songs series, No. 887 (London: Oxford University Press, c1950). SATB unaccomp.
    • On Christmas Night (Sussex), traditional carol collected and arr. by R. Vaughan Williams, from his Eight Traditional English Carols, No. 2 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1919). Pub. No. S. & B. 2151. Unison with accomp.
    • On Easter Morn, Greek Orthodox hymn, Scottish melody arr. by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw. Robert Shaw Choral Series, G. Schirmer Octavo No. 9958 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1951). Pub. No. 42466. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • On the Mountain, On the Hill (Na gorushke, na gore), ed. with phonetic Russian text and English adaption by R.S. Beckwith; traditional Russian nonsense song arr. by O.P. Kolovski. Russian’s Choral Heritage, No. L-474 (New York: Leeds Music div. of Music Corp. of America, c1965). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • On Yon Dark Mount of Olives (In monte Oliveti), by Michael Haydn (1778). (From his Twelve Passion Motets). G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 1007 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14764. SATB with organ.
    • Once to Every Man and Nation, by David Stanley York. Westminster Choir College Library (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Theodore Presser Co., c1951). Pub. No. 312-40098-5. SATB with organ.
    • Once to Ev’ry Man and Nation, by Roland Diggle. Church Music Review, No. 1961 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1945). SATB with organ.
    • Only-Begotten Word of God Eternal, music from a Rouen church melody arr. by Allanson G.Y. Brown. Church Music Review, No. 1442 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SATB with organ Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Only-Begotten, Word of God Eternal, music based upon the hymn tune “Rouen” by Searle Wright. Church Music Review, No. 2929 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1966). SATB with trumpets, trombones, timpani, percussion and organ.
    • Onward, Ye Peoples! by Jean Sibelius, arr. by Channing Lefebvre (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1939). Pub. No. G.M. 938-10. SATB with piano.
    • Open Our Eyes, by Will C. Macfarlane. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 7273 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1928). Pub. No. 33786. SATB with organ (preferably unaccompanied). Dickinson folders.
    • Osterfest, by Rich. Bartmuss. Kirchenmusiken zu den christlichen Festen für Solo, Chor und Orgel … von Richard Bartmuss, Op. 12, No. 3 (Leipzig: Luckhardt, c1899). Pub. No. J.F. 1316. SSAATB with organ.
    • Ostergesang, by Joh. Feyhl. Kompositionen für gemischten Chor von Johannes Feyhl, Op. 98, No. 4 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, n.d.). Pub. No. 9630. SATB unaccomp.
    • Ostergruss! By Adolf Jackel. Lieder und Gesange: Gemischte Ch`re, Jackel, Adolf, Op. 40 (Leipzig: Fr. Portius, n.d.). Pub. No. 606. SATB unaccomp.
    • Osterjubel, music ed. by Carl Hirsch. Alte Passions- und Ostergesänge für Chor, eingerichtet von Carl Hirsch, No. 6 (Hameln: H. Oppenheimer, n.d.). Pub. No. H.O. 787. SATB unaccomp.
    • Osterlied, by Hermann Wenzel, Op. 178, No. 15. Lieder und Gesänge für gemischten Chor von Hermann Wenzel (Leipzig: Fr. Portius, n.d.). Pub. No. F.P. 1958. SATB unaccompanied.
    • Ostern, by Robert Schwalm. Zehn geistliche Gesänge … von Robert Schwalm, Op. 91, No. 3 (Leipzig und Zhrich: Hug & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. G.H. 2553. SATB unaccomp.
    • Our Father Which Art In Heaven, by A.S. Arensky, ed. by A.M. Henderson. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4161 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Our Master Hath a Garden, by Herbert R. Crimp. The Musical Times, No. 930 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with organ.
    • Our Refuge, Our Strength, melody by Henry Carey, arr. by James C. Fyfe. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, Men’s Voices, No. 547 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1942). Pub. No. A.P.S. 15099-6. TTBB with accomp.
    • Our Times Are In Thy Hands, by Godfrey Sampson. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1243 (London: Novello & Co., c1940). Pub.; No. 16922. SATB with bass solo and organ.
    • Out of the Deep, by Thomas Morley ed. and arr. by Edmund H. Fellowes. Tudor Church Music, No. TCM 71 (London: Oxford University Press, c1933). SATBB with tenor solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Out of the Deep, by Francis W. Snow. Church Music Review, No. 1183 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Ozymandias (No. 2 of Two Shelley Songs) by Geoffrey Bush. The Musical Times, No. 1498 (London: Novello & Co., c1967). Pub. No. 19678. SATB with soprano solo and accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Palm Branches, by Jean-Baptiste Faure, arr. by W.F. Sudds. Oliver Ditson Co.’s Octavo Edition, No. 9568 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1911). Pub. No. 5-73-68419-3. SATB with organ.
    • Palmsonntagmorgen, by Joh. Masberg, Op. 4 (Berlin: M. Bahn, n.d.). Pub. No. M. 3549B. SSATTB unaccomp.
    • Palmsonntagmorgen (Palm-Sunday Morning), by Max Bruch. Neun Lieder für gemischten Chor von Max Bruch, Op. 60 (Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen’s Verlag, c1892). Pub. No. H.V. 3230 (9). SATB unaccomp.
    • Palmsonnntagsmorgen, by Reinhold Finsterbusch. Vier Lieder für gemischten chor von Reinhold Finsterbusch, Op. 16, No. 1 (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, n.d.). Pub. No. 7477. SATB unaccomp.
    • Panis Angelicus (We Love the Place, O God), by G.P. da Palestrina, ed. by E.J. Biedermann. Fischer’s Octavo Edition of Catholic Church Music, No. 3369 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1910). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Passionsgesang, by Joh. Feyhl. Kompositionen für gemischten Chor von Johannes Feyhl, Op. 98, No. 3 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, n.d.). Pub. No. 9629. SATB unaccomp.
    • Passionsgesang, by Gustav Schreck. Geistliche Gesänge für gemischten Chor von Gustav Schreck, Op. 31, Nr. 5 (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, c1898). Pub. No. 8984. SATB unaccomp.
    • Pax Nobiscum, by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach. Church Music Review, No. 1902 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). TTBB with accomp.
    • Peace Be Unto Israel! (from Cantata No. 34) by Johann Sebastian Bach. Choral Songs, No. 1673 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, 1931). SATB with piano.
    • Peace I Leave with You, by Austin C. Lovelace (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1953). SATB with organ or piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Personent Hodie, Medieval Christmas carol arr. with English text by Seth Bingham. Church Music Review, No. 1873 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Pfingstfest, by R. Bartmuss. Drei Motetten für gemischten Chor … von Richard Bartmuss, Op. 31, No. 3 (Leipzig: Arno Spitzner, n.d.). SATB unaccomp.
    • Pilgrim’s Song, arr. by Carl R. Diton (from his Four Jubilee Songs). G. Schirmer’s Secular Choruses, No. 5957 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1915). Pub. No. 25011. SSATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Pilgrim’s Song (from the Russian of Count Tolstoi), by P.I. Tschaikowsky, arr. for chorus by David McK. Williams. Church Music Review, No. 664 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1922). SATB with piano.
    • Polish Carol, arr. by Norman Coke-Jephcott. Church Music Review, No. 2067 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1948). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Ponder My Words, O Lord (Verba mea auribus) from the Cantiones Sacrae (1625), English trans. by M.S.C. Harvey ed. by W.K. Stanton (New York: C.F. Peters, Agents for Hinrichsen, c1950). Pub. No. 111. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Praise and Glory, by Katherine K. Davis. Katherine K. Davis Original Sacred Choruses and Arrangements for Mixed Voices, No. 2346 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1965). SA with piano or organ.
    • Praise Be Thine, by H. Alexander Matthews (Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co., c1924). Pub. No. 20501-18. SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • Praise Be to Thee by G.P. da Palestrina arr. and ed. by M.N. Lundquist. Octavo Church Music, No. 5678 (Cincinnati: Willis Music Co., c1936). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Praise God in His Holiness by Geoffrey Shaw. For men and boys. Curwen Edition, No. 80584 (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1918). 1st and 2nd trebles with men in unison. Dickinson folders.
    • Praise Him by J.S. Bach from “Auf, schmetternde Töne” (Cantata No. 207), arr. by J. Michael Diack. Lyric Collection of Choral Music, Sacred, No. PT 1590 (London: Paterson’s Publications; Boston [etc.]: Carl Fischer, c1931). Pub. No. N610 6. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Praise Jehovah (from Lauda Sion), by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 630 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co.; New York [etc.]: Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Praise the Lord (Kyrie from Mass No. 3), by Haydn, organ accompaniment by A.H. Messiter. G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music for Mixed Voices, No. 3508 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890). Pub. No. 8692. SATB with organ.
    • Praise the Lord, Old Ukrainian Church Melody, 17th Century, arr. by Alexander Koshetz. From Songs of the Ukraine, No. 2695, arr. for Chorus by Alexander Koshetz (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1933). Pub. No. 19440-6. SATB unaccomp.
    • Praise the Lord, All Ye People, words based on Psalm 111:1, 4, 7-9. Church Music Review, No. 3019 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB with organ.
    • Praise the Lord, His Glories Show, by Marie Pooler. Church Music Review, No. 2644 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, by J.H. Maunder. Octavo Anthems, No. 577 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Praise the Lord, O My Soul, by John Goss. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 21 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Praise the Lord, O My Soul, by Frederick C. Schreiber. Church Music Review, No. 1959 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1945). SATB with organ.
    • Praise the Name of the Lord, by P. Ivanoff, adapted by N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4125 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). [Copy 2 is photoduplication of manuscript]. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Praise to the Lord, based on 17th Century German tune, arr. by Alfred Whitemead. Church Music Review, No. 1210 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ.
    • Praise to the Spirit by Martin Shaw. Octavo Anthems, No. Anth. 1303 (London: Novello & Co., c1954). Pub. No. 17951. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Praise to Thee, Lord Jesus, by Heinrich Schütz, ed. by W.H. Harris. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. Anth. 1202 (London: Novello & Co., c1935). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Praise Ye the Lord, by Kalinnikoff (1866-1901). Russian Church Music with English Texts, Choral Album No. 1254 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Praise Ye the Name of the Lord, by A. Nikolsky from the Russian Liturgy. Sacred Choral Music by Russian Composers, No. 1123 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1914). Pub. No. B.M. Co. 4086. SSATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Prayer for the United Nations, by Douglas Moore. Modern Series, No. 525 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SATB with piano or orchestra.
    • Prayer for the United Nations, by Douglas Moore. Modern Series, No. 626 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Prayer of St. Francis, adapted from the Prayer of St. Francis by Lloyd Pfautsch. Sacred Choral Music for Mixed Voices, No.5066 ([New York]: Summy Pub. Co., c1957). SATB with organ.
    • Prayer of St. Francis, by M. Searle Wright. Witmark Sacred Choral Library, No. 5-W3446 (New York: W. Witmark & Sons, c1952). Pub. No. 20979-7. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Prayer of Supplication, by Jack Dane Litten. Skidmore Choral Library, No. SK 2045 (New York: Skidmore Music Co., c1959). SATB divisi with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Prayer of Thanksgiving (Dutch traditional). Schirmer’s Standard Secular Choruses: Folk Songs and National Melodies of All Countries, No. 4345 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 16866. SATB unaccomp.
    • Prayer of the Slavic Children, by Walter Golde. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8984 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1942). Pub. No. 40166C. SATB with piano.
    • Prayer to Jesus, by George Oldroyd. Oxford Anthems, No. A73 (London: Oxford University Press, c1937). SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Presentation of Christ in the Temple by Joh. Eccard, ed. by Frank Damrosch. Schirmer’s Standard Choruses, No. 2618 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899, 1926). Pub. No. 14339. SSATBB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Prevent Us, O Lord, by A. Herbert Brewer. Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 105 (London: Novello & Co., c1900). SATB with organ (if needed).
    • Psalm 8, by Paul E. Koch (Chicago: Choral Services, Inc., c1958). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Psalm 122 (I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me) by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 1787 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Psalm 150, by Cesar Franck, arr. for organ by S. Jadassohn. Breitkopf & Hartel’s Anthems, Services, etc., No. 5 (New York: Breitkopf & Hartel, c1898). Pub. No. V.A. 1898. SATB with organ.
    • Psalm III, by T. Charles Lee. Church Music Review, No. 2454 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ.
    • Psalm CXLVIII from Two Psalms for Chorus, String Orchestra & Organ by Gustav Holst (London: Augener, c1920). Pub. No. 15353R. SATB unaccomp Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Psalm CXXI (I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes), by J.S. Bach, arr. by Ivor Atkins and J. Michael Dlack. The Lyric Collection of Part-Songs, No. 1578 (Edinburgh & London: Paterson’s Pubs., c1925). SATB with 2 oboes, strings and piano or organ.
    • Psalm LXXXVI from Two Psalms fro Chorus, String Orchestra & Organ by G. Holst (London: Augener, c1920). Pub. No. 15353. SATB with strings and organ. Baker folders.
    • Rejoice in the Lord, by W.J. Marsh. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1467 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1925). Pub. No. A.P.S. 13708. SATB with organ.
    • Rejoice in the Lord Alway, by Henry Purcell. Church Music Review, No. 1581 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). Three solo voices, SATB and organ. Baker folders.
    • Rejoice in the Lord Alway, by Henry Purcell, ed. by Edward J. Dent. Octavo Anthems, No. Anth. 1352 (London: Novello & Co., c1957). Pub. No. 18886. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Rejoice in the Lord Always, by John Redford, ed. by E.H. Fellowes. Tudor Church Music, Second Series, No. 55 (London: Oxford Univ. Press, c1929). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • Rejoice in the Lord Alway, music attributed to John Redford, ed. by W.N. McKie. Octavo Anthems, No. Anth. 258 (London: Novello & Co., c1953). Pub. No. 17891. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Rejoice in the Lord at All Times, by Balakireff, ed. by A.M. Henderson. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4164 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). SSAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Remember Not, Lord, Our Offences, by Henry Purcell. The Musical Times, No. 420 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SSATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Remember Not, Lord, Our Offences, by Henry Purcell, ed. by Walter Emery. Short Anthems, No. 322 (London: Novello & Co., c1955). SSATB with organ.
    • Requiem aeternam, by George Thalben-Hall. Short Anthems, No. 317 (New York: Novello & Co., c1954). Pub. No. 18037. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Responses, by Arthur Olaf Andersen. Summy’s Octavo Editions, Sacred Series, No. 1242 (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1917). Pub. No. C.F.S. Co. 1798-8. SATB with accomp.
    • Rest, Pilgrim, Rest, by William Arms Fisher. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8999 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1943). Pub. No. 40194C. SATB with organ or piano.
    • Rhapsaodie, by Joh. Brahms. The Boston Music Co. Secular Choruses, No. 229 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1906). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 1396. Double SATB with piano.
    • Ride On! Ride On! by Graham George. Church Music Review, No. 1765 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1941). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Ride On! Ride On! by Van Denman Thompson. Church Music Review, No. 1154 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ.
    • Ride On! Ride On in Majesty! By T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Church Music Review, No. 643 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1923). SATB with organ.
    • Ring and Rose, folksong. Oliver Ditson Co.’s Secular Selections, Male Voices, No. 4913 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1884). SATB unaccomp.
    • Ring Out, Wild Bells, by Percy E. Fletcher. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1053 (London: Novello and Co., c1914). SATB unaccomp.
    • Rise, Crowned with Light, by Vernon Eville. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 14,463 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1931). SATB with organ.
    • Rise Up Early. Slovak Christmas carol by Richard Kountz. Music for Christmas, No. 1702 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1948). SATB with piano or organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Rise Up, O Men of God, by T. Tertius Noble. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1440 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1925). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Rise Up, O Men of God, by Harold T. Scull. The Musical Times, M.T. 1140 (London: Novello & Co., c1938). Pub. No. 16493. Unison with organ. Baker folders.
    • Rise Up Shepherd and Follow, Christmas spiritual with solo and accomp. set by R. Nathaniel Dett. Christmastide Service-Choral Programs (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1936). Pub. No. 7218-6. SATB with solo and accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Rouse, Good Folk; Swedish Dance Carol; A Blessed Day of Joy (Three Christmas Carols), harmonization and choral version by Katherine K. Davis (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1940). Pub. No. G.M. 1084-20. SATB with piano (for rehearsal)
    • Run, Shepherds, Run, by John Burke. Church Music Review, No. 3032 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SATB with accomp.
    • Russian Easter Carol of the Trees, arr. by Harvey Gaul. Carols: Easter, First to Tenth Series, No. 14,551 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1932). SATB with piano or organ.
    • Sabbath Bells, by John Stainer. Church Music Review, No. 1537 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). Unison children with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Sad Is My Soul Unto Death (Tristis est anima mea), by Michael Haydn, ed. by Otto Schmid-Dresden. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 1008 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14765. SATB with organ.
    • Saint Patrick’s Prayer (Fantasia on Irish Hymns), by Charles Burke, vocal score arr. by R.O. Erlebach. Festival Choruses, No. 9 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1922). Pub. No. S. & B. 2389. SATB with piano. Dickinson folders.
    • Saint Teresa’s Book Mark, by Louie L. White. Church Music Review, No. 2910 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Salvation is Created by P. Tschesnokoff, the English adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4129 (Glen Rock, N.J.: J. Fischer & Bro., c1913, 1942). SATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Sanctus (Holy, Holy, Holy) from Messe Solennelle (St. Cecilia) by Charles Gounod. Oliver Ditson Company’s Octavo Edition, No. 114 (New York: Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 5-75-68512-12. SATB with accomp.
    • Save and Keep, O Lord, by A.D. Scheremetieff (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1922). Pub. No. 13. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Save the People (from Lauda Sion) by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 635 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Save Us, O Lord, by Edward C. Bairstow. Octavo Anthems, No. 740 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Say, Where Is He Born and There Shall a Star by Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 85 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Seek Him That Maketh the Seven Stars, by Edward Elgar. Church Music Review, No. 2481 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Sei still dem Herrn, by Eduard Tauwitz. Dem Gesang- und Musik-Verein in Saaz: Vier gemischte Ch`re componirt von Eduard Tauwitz, Op. 160, No. 2 (Leipzig: Rob. Forbert, n.d.). Pub. No. 4485. Double SATB unaccomp.
    • Send Out Thy Light (Abridged), by Ch. Gounod, arr. for men’s voices by Sumner Salter. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Sacred Music for Men’s Voices, No. 5171 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1908). Pub. No. 20505. TTBB with organ.
    • Send Out Thy Spirit (Emitte Spiritum tuum), by Fr. Jos. Schuetky. Wood Octavo Series, Sacred, No. 295 (Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1933). SSATTBB with organ.
    • Sentences for the Seasons, by Richard W. Wienhorst. Concordia Church Choir Series, No. CH1057 (St. Louis: Concordia Pub. Co., c1955). SATB unaccomp.
    • Serenade, Folk-song from Baden, tune arr. by Philipp Wolfrum. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 5002 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1907). Pub. No. 19925. TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Seven Responses, by Philo Adams Otis. Summy’s Octavo Editions, Sacred Series, No. 196 (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1911). Pub. No. C.F.S.Co. 1342-6. SATB with organ.
    • Shepherds, All Shepherds, by Nicholas Saboly, harmonized by David Stanley Smith. Church Music Review, No. 611 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SATB with accomp.
    • Shepherd’s Carol, by William Billings, arr. for SSA by V. Earle Copes. Church Music Review, No. 3024 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1968). SSA with accomp.
    • Shepherds’ Chorus (from the Cantata The Prince of Peace), by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Church Music Review, No. 1167 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1920). SATB with accomp.
    • Since by Man Came Death (from The Messiah) by Handel, rev. by Max Spicker. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 9871 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1912). Pub. No. 42225RX. SATB with piano or organ.
    • Sing Alleluia Forth, by W. Glen Darst. Church Music Review, No. 2185 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1951). SATB with organ.
    • Sing Alleluia Forth, by Harry Rowe Shelley. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5349 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1909. Pub. No. 21388. SATB with organ.
    • Sing Joyfully, by William Byrd. Church Choir Library, No. 559 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1948). Pub. No. 4979. SSAATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders.
    • Sing Joyfully Unto God, by William Byrd. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 328 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SSAATB with organ.
    • Sing Praise to God, the Almighty, by Homer Whitford. Laurel Octavo, No. 344 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 1928. SATB with organ.
    • Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above, by Percy W. Whitlock. Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A18 (London: Oxford University Press, c1928). SATB with accomp.
    • Sing to the Lord, by Alec Rowley. The Musical Times, No. 1217 (London: Novello & Co., c1944). Unison with organ.
    • Sing to the Lord, by Christopher Tye (ca.1553). Novello’s Short Anthems, No. 115 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Sing to the Lord (Gloria in Excelsis Deo), by Jos. Haydn, ed. by Eduardo Marzo. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 5414 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1910, 1943). Pub. No. 21806. SATB with accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • Sing to the Lord a New Song (Psalm 98), by Heinrich Schütz. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5962 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1901). Double SATB chorus with accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • Sing to the Lord a New-Made Song, by F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Op. 91, No. 20. Novello’s Octavo Edition of Anthems, No. 99 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB double chorus with accomp.
    • Sing to the Lord of Harvest, setting by Healey Willan. Concordia Choral Series, No. 98-1451 (St. Louis, Mo.: Concordia Pub. House, c1958). SAB with organ.
    • Sing We Merrily Unto God, by John Blow. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 944 (London: Novello & Co., c1908). SSATBB with accomp.
    • Sing We Merrily Unto God Our Strength, by Sidney Campbell. The Musical Times, No. 1438 (London: Novello & Co., c1952). Pub. No. 19147. SATB with organ.
    • Sing We NoNl Once More, Bas-Quercy carol, arr. by David Stanley Smith. Church Choir Library, No. 255 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1923). SATB with accomp.
    • Sing Ye to the Lord by Everett Titcomb. Eight Short Motets, No. 5 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1934). Pub. No. C.M. 440 and CC26934-2. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Sing Ye to the Lord, by Cuthbert Harris. Octavo Series, No. 1462 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1926). Pub. No. A.P.S. 13667-4. SATB with accomp.
    • Sing Ye to the Lord, by Everett Titcomb. Everett Titcomb Sacred Choral Works, No. CM440 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1934). Pub. :No. 26934-2. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Six Christmas Carols (Syrian Melody, Jacob’s Ladder, The Coventry Carol; Christmas Morn, Sleep Little King,by J. Sebastian Matthews; Brightest and Best, by Frank L. Sealy). G. Schirmer’s Christmas Carol Annual No. 14 (New York: G. Schirmer, 1910, etc.). Pub. No. 23489. SATB with organ. [Includes manuscript by Dickinson, apparently adding additional material for use in a church service].
    • Six Hymns Adapted to Appropriate Chorales of Bach, by J. Wallace Goodrich. Set 1 (New York & London: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1901). SATB unaccomp.
    • Six Offertory Sentences, by Frederic Field Bullard. Choir and Choral Music by Frederic Field Bullard; Oliver Ditson Company’s Octavo Edition, No. 11,414 (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.; New York: C.H. Ditson & Co., c1905). Pub. No. 5-17-65588-12. SATB with organ.
    • Six Responses, by Benjamin Guckenberger. Carl Fischer’s Choir Music Edition, No. CM-2 (Boston & New York: Carl Fischer, c1915). SATB with accomp.
    • Six Responses, by Ruth Blackman Rodgers. Church Music Review, No. 441 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Six Responses (VI Responses), by Fred. Schilling. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 506 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890). Pub. No. 8691. SATB with piano.
    • Six Sentences (fifth set), by Edward Broome. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4310 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1903). Pub. No. 16770. SATB with organ.
    • Six Short Reponses by Edward Broome. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4437 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1904). Pub. No. 17479. SATB with accomp.
    • Six Vesper Hymns, by J. Christopher Marks. Oliver Ditson Co.’s Octavo Edition, No. 12,063 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). SATB with organ.
    • Sleep, My Little Dove, by Christoph W. Gluck, arr. by Willard Irving Nevins. Church Music Review, No. 1895 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London. c1943). SATB with organ.
    • Sleep, My Little One (Schlaf, mein Kindelein), Christmas carol of the 17th century arr. and adapted b;y Nicola A. Montani. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 6179 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1929). SATB with organ or piano.
    • Softly and Tenderly, by Will L. Thompson, arr. by Freeman High. Blue Octavo Series, Sacred, No. 5003 (New York: Harold Flammer, c1925). Pub. No. 633C. TTBB with piano or organ.
    • Softly Sleep from The Passion (St. John) by G.F. Handel, arr. by Maurice C. Whitney. Church Music Review, No. 2623 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Soldiers of Christ, Arise! Adapted by Alfred Whitehead. The Boston Music Co. Octavo Church Music, No. 1869 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1932). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 8794. SATB with organ.
    • Soldiers of the Cross, Arise! by Van Denman Thompson. Church Music Review, No. 1390 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1936). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Solemn Thanksgiving Te Deum. Composed for the re-opening of St. Paul’s Cathedral, June 25th, 1930, by Stanley Marchant (London: Oxford Univ. Press, c1930). SATB with organ.
    • Song of Mary: Christmas Carol, by Harold Friedell. Series: Church Music Review, No. 2103 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1949). Pub. No. C.M.R. 2103-(4). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Sorrow Will Change to Singing, by Franz Schubert, arr. by John Shepherd. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 339 (New York: Tullar-Meredith Co., c1913). SATB with organ.
    • Soul of Christ (Anima Christi) by William Y. Webbe. Church Music Review, No. 597 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Souls of the Righteous (Requiescant in pace), by T. Tertius Noble. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4837 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 19387. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Spanish Easter Procession, folk motive arr. by Harvey Gaul. Easter Music by Harvey Gaul, No. 14,269 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1929). SATB with piano or organ.
    • Spinning-Top, Russian folk-dance (Catch), arr. by N.A. Rimsky-Korsakoff, ed. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12.847 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). Pub. No. 5-129-71009-5. SATB with piano.
    • Spring, by N. Sokolow. P.L. Jung’s Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 10 (New York: P.L. Jung Pub., c1897). Pub. No. P.L.J. 415. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Spring, by N. Sokolow. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 483 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1898). Pub. No. 14193. TTBB unaccomp.
    • Spring Bursts To-Day, by Geoffrey Shaw. The Musical Times, No. 960 (London: Novello & Co., c1923, 1951). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Spring Bursts To-Day, by Geoffrey Shaw. Novello’s Octavo Edition of Two-Part for Female Voices, No. 270 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1932). Pub. No. 15784. SA with piano.
    • Springtime (Schwiszerlied), by E.A. MacDowell. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, First Series, Men’s Voices, No. 95 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1890). Pub. No. A.P.S. 2571. TTBB unaccomp.
    • St. Patrick’s Prayer, fantasia on Irish hymns by Charles Burke. Festival Choruses Adopted by the League of Arts for National and Civic Ceremony, No. 9 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1922). SATB with piano.
    • Stars Lead Us Ever On (Sioux Tribal Carol) from Three North American Christmas Carols arr. by Harvey Gaul, No. 332 (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Oliver Ditson Co., Theodore Presser Co., representative, c1929). Pub. No. 14,320. SATB with solos and piano or organ.
    • Stars Lead Us Ever On (Sioux Tribal Carol), from Three North American Christmas Carols arr. by Harvey Gaul, No. 14,320 (Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Co., Theodore Presser Co., Distributors, c1929). Pub. No. 76571-6. SATB with solos and piano or organ. Baker folders.
    • Still, Still, Still, traditional Austrian carol arr. by John Rodgers. Church Music Review, No. 2722 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1961). SATB with baritone or tenor solo, accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Still, Still with Thee, by Arthur Foote. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1893). Pub. No. A.P.S. 3223-3. SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Still, Still with Thee, by Sumner Salter. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 14,467 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1931). Pub. No. 76999-7. SATB with organ or piano.
    • Still, Still with Thee, by Oley Speaks, arr. for male quartet by Anthony Richards. Blue Octavo Series, Sacred, No. 5007 (New York: Harold Flammer, c1927). Pub. No. 855. TTBB with accomp.
    • Strain Upraise of Joy and Praise, by Arthur S. Sullivan. Ditson & Co.’s Sacred Selections, Fourth Series, No. 368 (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Strong Son of God, by Claude L. Fichthorn. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 9254 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1944). Pub. No. 40373 CX. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Summer Ended, by Charles Wood. The Year Book Press Series of Anthems and Church Music, No. 1142 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1919). SATB with organ. Baker folders.
    • Sunday Morning, by Rudolf Weinwurm (New York: Mendelssohn Glee Club, c1885). TTBB unaccomp.
    • Suomi’s Song, by Franz Mair (New York: Mendelssohn Glee Club, c1884). TB divisi, unaccomp.
    • Supplication, 16th century Huguenot hymn transcribed by Anis Fuleihan. Westminster Choir Series (G. Schirmer Octavo), No. 7992 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1936). Pub. No. 37070C. SAATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Surely He Hath Borne Our Griefs, (from The Messiah)by Handel. Oliver Ditson Co.’s Sacred Selections, No. 912). SATB with piano.
    • Surely He Hath Borne Our Griefs (Vere languores), by Antonio Lotti (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1925, 1952). Pub. No. 136. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Surely He Hath Borne Our Griefs (Vere languores), by Antonio Lotti (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1925, 1952). Pub. No. 1124. SAB with accomp. (if necessary).
    • Surely the Lord Is In This Place, by Norman Coke-Jephcott. Church Music Review, No. 1974 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Swedish Dance Carol, harmonization and choral version by Katherine K. Davis (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1940). Pub. No. 2055-13. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders.
    • Sweet Baby, Sleep (Rocking Hymn), by Joyce C. Des Georges. Church Music Review, No. 2496 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SSA with soprano solo and accomp.
    • Sweet Day, So Cool, by Hugh S. Roberton. Octavo No. 8833 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1942). Pub. No. 39775C. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Sweet, Holy Child, words and music by Mary E. Caldwell. Church Music Review, No. 2612 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1959). Unison with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Sweet Morning, by Ernst Bacon. Church Music Review, No. 2639 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SA with accomp.
    • Sweet Spirit, Comfort Me! by John Lilley Bratton. BMI Choral Edition, No. 128 (New York: Broadcast Music, Inc., c1943). SATB with organ.
    • Sweet Was the Song the Vergine Sange, melody from William Ballet’s Lute Book, arr. by Richard R. Terry. Curwen Edition, No. 80687 (London: J. Curwen & Songs, c1932). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Take the Body of Christ, by Nikolai Ivanovitch Bachmetiev (1807-1891). St. Dunstan Edition of Sacred Music, No. 1202 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer, c1932). Pub. No. E.C.S. 588. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Take Up Therefore Thy Cross, by T. Carl Whitmer. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1706 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1944). Pub. No. A.P.S. 15197-6. SATB with tenor solo and organ.
    • Tarry with Me, O My Saviour, by Samuel A. Baldwin. Church Music Review, No. 2 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1901). SATB with baritone solo and organ.
    • Te Deum, by Ernest Bullock (London: Oxford University Press, c1929). SATB with organ.
    • Te Deum, by Joseph W. Clokey. Sacred Choruses by Joseph W. Clokey, No. 7389 (Glen Rock, N.J.: J. Fischer & Bro., c1938. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Te Deum in G, by R. Vaughan Williams (London: Oxford University Press, c1928). SATB with organ.
    • Te Deum, short festival Te Deum by Gustav Holst. Modern Church Services, No. 215 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1920). Pub. No. S.&B. 2211. SATB with piano. Baker folders.
    • Te Deum and Benedictus by R. Vaughan Williams (London: Oxford University Press, c1954). Unison or Mixed Voices with Organ, Harmonium, or Pianoforte.
    • Te Deum Laudamus set to music in the key of B flat by Healey Willan. Church Music Review, No. 224 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1909, 1937). SATB with accomp.
    • Te Deum Laudamus set to music in the key of C minor by Miles Ira. Martin. Church Music Review, No. 1144 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ.
    • Te Deum Laudamus set to music in the key of F by John Ireland. Novello’s Parish Choir Book, No. 750 (London: Novello & Co., c1907). SATB with organ.
    • Te Deum Laudamus set to music in the key of B flat by Healey Willan. Church Music Review, No. 224 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1909). SATB with organ.
    • Teach Me, O Lord, by Thomas Attwood (1767). The Musical Times, No. 221 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders.
    • Teach Me, O Lord, by Thomas Atwood. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4488 (New York: G. Schirmer; Boston: Boston Music Co., 1904?). Pub. No. 17704. SATB with organ.
    • Teach Me, O Lord (Psalm 119:33-38), set to music in free chant form by William Byrd, ed. by Edmund H. Fellowes. Church Music Society Reprints, No. 23 (London: Church Music Society by Oxford University Press, n.d.). SATB with treble chant and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Teach Me, O Lord, by Benjamin Rogers. Musical Times, No. 10 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Teach Me Thy Way, O Lord, by Edmund Hooper, ed. by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 852 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1906). SATB with accomp.
    • Teach Me, O Lord, by Benjamin Rogers. Sacred Octavo Series, No. 920 (Boston & New York: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1909). Pub. No. A.P.S. 8615. SATB with organ.
    • Tell Me, Shepherd, What Did You See? by Carl F. Mueller. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 9280 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1943). Pub. No. 40437C. SSATB with piano or organ.
    • Tell Us, Shepherd Maids, based on the French-Canadian carol “D’ou viens-tu, bergere?”, music arr. and trans. by Mary E. Caldwell. Church Music Review, No. 2615 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1959). SSA with accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • Ten Hymn Tune Descants by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2838 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB.
    • Ten Traditional Carols for Easter (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 14,276 and 78440-11. SATB with organ.
    • Ten Responses and Amens, by R. Huntington Woodman. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 5652 (New York: G. Schirmer; Boston: Boston Music Co., c1912). Pub. No. 23222. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Thank God for a Garden, by Teresa del Riego, arr. by Clarence Lucas. Chappell’s Vocal Library of Part Songs arranged for Three Female Voices, No. 3042 (New York: Chappell & Co., c1921). Pub. No. 7377-7. SSA with piano.
    • Thanks Be to God from Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn. Oliver Ditson Company’s Oratorios and Cantatas, 2nd series, No. 829 (Boston [etc.]: Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • That God Doth Love the World We Know, by J.S. Bach. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 749 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with 3 oboes, strings, and organ.
    • The Annunciation (from the Cantata The Message of the Star) by R. Huntington Woodman. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 5614 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1904). Pub. No. 22958. SATB with organ.
    • The Apostles’ Creed, by Alec Wyton. Church Music Review, No. 2904 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB unaccomp.
    • The Arm of the Lord, by J. Haydn. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 723 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Beatitudes, S. Panchenko, arr. by Ivan T. Gorokhoff. Church Music Review, No. 1467 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1937). SSAA with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Bells Ring Out for Christmas, by John Sacco. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 10698 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1959). Pub. No. 44544C. SATB with piano or organ and handbells or chimes. Dickinson folders.
    • The Bells Within the Steeples, by Michael Praetorius. Church Music Review, No. 865 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1926). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Birds Praise the Advent of the Saviour (El cant des aucells), Catalan Christmas carol of the 15th century, music after the setting of Don Luis Millet by Kurt Schindler. Spanish Choral Ballads, Sacred and Secular, Catalonian Folk Music (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Oliver Ditson Co., c1918. Pub. No. 13,315. SSAATTBB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Blessed Birth, by H. Walford Davies. Church Music Review, No. 1897 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). Pub. No. 10731. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Canticle of the Sun (The Song of the Creatures), set to a Parisian tone with accompaniment and faux bourdon by Martin Shaw. Curwen Edition, No. 80644 (London: J. Curwen & Sons, c1926). Two chanters with quartet or semi-chorus with accomp.
    • The Cavalier’s Song, by Reinald Werrenrath. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Part-Songs and Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 5668 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1912). Pub. No. 23344. TTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Cherubic Hymn from the Russian Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom by A. Gretchaninoff, adapted by Charles Winfred Douglas. A Cappella Choruses from the Russian Liturgy, No. 1 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1913). SATB with piano. Baker folders.
    • The Cherubic Hymn (Hymn to the Trinity), by Gretchaninoff. Choral Album No. 1257 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1917). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Dickinson folders.
    • The Christ Child, by Warner M. Hawkins. Church Music Review, No. 2002 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with solos and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Christ of the Snow, Hungarian carol “Posjtarolo Arvendezna” arr. by Harvey Gaul. From the Witmark Choral Library, No. 2606 (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, c1932). Pub. No. 19313-7. SATB accomp.
    • The Christmas Child, by Seth Bingham. Series: Galaxy Octavo, No. 1526 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1945). Pub. No. G.M. 1526-8. SATB unaccomp. (keyboard for rehearsal).
    • The Coventry Carol, 16th century melody freely arr. by Alfred H. Johnson (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1946), Pub. No. G.M. 1586-6. SATB with piano.
    • The Cross, by Harriet Ware, arr. by Wallingford Riegger. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 7639 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1906, 1932). Pub. No. 35788C. SATB with piano.
    • The Cruiskeen Lawn, old Irish song arr. by Victor Herbert. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Part-Songs and Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 5741 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1913). Pub. No. 24131. TTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • The Crusaders, by Edward MacDowell. P.L. Jung’s Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 8 (New York: J.L. Jung Pub., c1897). Pub. P.L.J. 416. TTBB unaccomp.
    • The Cryes of London, humorous fancy by Thomas Weelkes, ed. by Frederick Bridge. Novello’s Part-Song Book (Second Series), No. 1343 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • The Day Draws on with Golden Light, by Edward C. Bairstow. The Oxford Series of Easy Anthems for Parish and Village Churches, No. E.1 (London: Oxford Univ. Press, c1930). SA with organ.
    • The Day of Resurrection, by John Winter Thompson. The Choral Service, No. 880 (Boston: White-Smith Pub. Co., c1927). Pub. No. 15689-6. SATB with organ.
    • The Daybreak Carol, 16th century Moravian tune freely treated by Harvey Gaul. Music for Christmas, No. 1461 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1944). SATB with incidental solos and accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Earth Is the Lord’s, by N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4469 (Glen Rock, N.J.: J. Fischer & Bro., c1918, 1946). SSAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Earth, O God, Thou Visitest, by R. Huntington Woodman. Church Music Review, No. 22 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1903). SATB with accomp.
    • The Echo Carol, old French carol tune arr. by Alfred Whitehead. Series: Novello’s Christmas Carols, No. 480 (London: Novello & Co., c1932). Pub. No. 35888. SATB unaccomp.
    • The Endris Night, a 15th century carol arr. by Geoffrey Bush. Series: Carols, No. 574 (London: Novello & Co., c1948). Pub. No. 17908. SATB with piano.
    • The Eyes of All Wait upon Thee O Lord, by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by Philip Armes. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 289 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, n.d.). SSAA with organ.
    • The Eyes of the Lord, by Mark Andrews. Church Music Review, No. 317 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1912). SATB with organ.
    • The Face of Moses Shone, by T. Charles Lee. Church Music Review, No. 2092 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1949). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Forty-Eighth Psalm, by Catherine Croker. The New Sacred Edwin H. Morris Choral Library, No. 989 (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., c1946). SATB with organ.
    • The Full Heart (Alone on the Shore), by Elinor Remick Warren. Modern Series, No. 492 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). TTBB with piano.
    • The Gateway Carol, by Ralph E. Marryott. Church Music Review, No. 1970 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with solo or children and accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Gipsy, by W. Zolotariev, arr. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,850 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). Pub. No. 12,850. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • The Glorious Name of Washington, 17th century English air, arr. by William Arms Fisher. Music Relating to George Washington, No. 14,357 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1931). SATB with piano.
    • The Glory of Lebanon, from The Vision by Joseph W. Clokey. Church Music Review, No. 1896 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1921). SATB with alto solo and organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Glory of the Lord, by John Goss. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 177 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • The God of Abraham Praise, by T. Tertius Noble. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5397 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1910). Pub. No. 21685. SATB with organ.
    • The God of Love My Shepherd Is, by Richard Peek (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1956). Pub. No. 5602. SA, TB, or SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The God of Love My Shepherd Is, by Godfrey Sampson. Series: Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1182 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1932). Pub. No. 15811. SATB with organ.
    • The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, by Charles Macpherson. The Musical Times; Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 804 (London: Novello & Co., c1904). SATB with accomp.
    • The Holly and the Ivy by R. Boughton. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 8108 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1920). Pub. No. 37705. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Holly and the Ivy, traditional carol arr. by Eric H. Thiman. The Musical Times, No. 1018 (London: Novello & Co., c1927). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Holy Kings, arr. from the orchestral no. in “Christus” by Marion Clayton. SATB unaccomp. [appears to be an unpublished anthem in photoduplicated manuscript].
    • The Holy Night, by Bryceson Treharne. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 6703 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1917). Pub. No. 27934. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • The Hundredth Psalm by R. Vaughan Williams (London: Stainer & Bell; New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1929). Pub. No. S. & B. 4011. SATB with orchestra.
    • The Hunter, by Johannes Brahms. Music for Christmas, No. 1680 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 937. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Also Dickinson folders.
    • The Infant Christ, by Peter Cornelius, transcribed by Arthur Hall. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8719 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1941). Pub. No. 39412C. TTBB and tenor or soprano solo with organ or piano.
    • The Infant King, from an old Basque noNl, harmonized by Desmond Ratcliffe. Carols, No. 557 (London: Novello & Co., c1949). Pub. No. 17444. SATB unaccomp.
    • The Inn, arr. for solo voices with accompaniment of chorus or piano by David Stanley Smith (London: Stainer & Bell, c1924). Pub. No. S. & B. 3051. Solo, SATB, with accomp.
    • The King of Love My Shepherd Is, ancient Irish hymn melody arr. by Edward C. Bairstow. Oxford Anthems, No. A46 (London: Oxford University Press, c1931). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The King Rides Forth: Palm Sunday Anthem, by Claude Means. Series: Church Music Review, No. 2056 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1948). Pub. No. C.M.R. 2056-(8). SATB with organ.
    • The Kingdom of God (Ein Psalm unserm Gott), from Bethanyby W. Rhys-Herbert. Choruses in Oxtavo Form, No. 3352 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1909). SATB with accomp.
    • The King’s Highway, by Edward Shippen Barnes. Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 1457 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1926). Pub. No. A.P.S. 13632-3. SATB with organ.
    • The King’s Highway, by David McK. Williams. Church Music Review, No. 1217 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • The Lamb and Other New Carols, by Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (New York: The Hymn Society of America, 1951). SATB, some with accomp.
    • The Last Words of David, by Randall Thompson. Choral Music of Randall Thompson series, No. 2294 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1950). Pub. No. E.C.S. 1584. SATB with piano or orchestra.
    • The Lord by Wisdom Hath Founded the Earth, by George Mead (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1935). Pub. No. G.M. 683. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Lord God Planted a Garden, by Herbert W. Wareing. Musical Times, No. 869 (London: Novello & Co., H.W. Gray Co., New York, Agents, c1915). SATB with accomp.
    • The Lord Is a Man of War from Israel in Egypt by G.F. Handel. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 361 (London: Novello, Ewer and Co., n.d.). Bass I & II with piano.
    • The Lord Is My Light, by Alexandre T. Gretchaninoff, ed. by Carl Deis. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 7490 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1931). Pub. No. 35310. SATB with piano or organ.
    • The Lord Is My Light, by Sumner Salter. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Sacred Music for Men’s Voices, No. 5039 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1908). Pub. No. 20008. TTBB with organ.
    • The Lord Is My Strength, by John Goss. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 243 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • The Lord Is My Shepherd, by Annabel Morris Buchanan. Galaxy Sacred Choruses for Women’s Voices, No. 1453 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1944). SSA with organ or piano.
    • The Lord Is Nigh Unto All, by Rimsky-Korsakoff. Russian Church Music with English Texts, No. 4177 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Lord Our God by W.R. Voris. Church Music Review, No. 854 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1927). Pub. No. 737-8. SATB with organ.
    • The Lord Will Not Suffer Thy Foot to Be Moved (Psalm CXXI) by J.S. Bach. The Lyric Collection of Choral Music, No. 1567 (London: Paterson’s Publications; New York: Carl Fischer, c1925. Pub. No. N569-7. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Lord’s Prayer, by James Pearce (No publication data). TTBB unaccomp.
    • The Lord’s Prayer, ed. by J. Stainer. Novello’s Parish Choir Book, No. 220 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with congregational chant, unaccomp.
    • The Lord’s Prayer, by S. Rachmaninoff, ed. by A.M. Henderson. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4174 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). Double SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • The Lord’s Prayer, set to music by Lee Williams. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 976 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., agents, c1910). SSAATTBB with accomp.
    • The Lost Chord, by Arthur Sullivan, adapted by John Hyatt Brewer (New York: G. Schirmer, c1900). Pub. No. 15175. TTBB with piano.
    • The Maid in the Valley, by J. Herbeck (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 13742. TTBB with accomp.
    • The March of the Three Kings, arr. from Bizet’s version by David Stanley Smith. Church Music Review, No. 1360 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1935). TTBB accomp.
    • The Marv’lous Work (from Creation) by Haydn (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 8052. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 157. Solo, SATB accomp.
    • The Midnight Star, Bas Quercy carol, arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional Christmas Carols, arr. by David Stanley Smith, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. II, No. 5 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1925). Pub. No. S. & B. 3361. SATB with accomp.
    • The Morning Star on High Is Glowing, hymn after Mich. Pratorius. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 554 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1897). Pub. No. 13669. SATB unaccomp.
    • The Morning Star on High Is Glowing, hymn after Mich. Pratorius. From the Polyphonic Period of Choral Song, No. 2554 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1897, 1925). Pub. No. 13669. SATB unaccomp.
    • The Nativity, by Richard Dirksen. Church Music Review, No. 2944 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1966). SATB with flute solo.
    • The Night Is Departing, by Felix Mendelssohn. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 186 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 8069. SATB with accomp.
    • The Nightingale, by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky, ed. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,849 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). Pub. No. 5-129-71105-6. SATB with piano.
    • The Office of the Holy Communion, set to music in the key of A by John W. Worth. Church Music Review, No. 1176 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ (for rehearsal).
    • The Office of the Holy Communion, by George H. Fairclough. Church Music Review, No. 1187 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ.
    • The Office of the Holy Communion, short setting in the Key of E by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Church Music Review, No. 1979 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB unaccomp.
    • The Old Hundredth Psalm Tune (All People that On Earth Do Dwell), arr. for choir, congregation, orchestra and organ by R. Vaughan Williams for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II (London: Oxford University Press, c1953). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Omnipotence by Franz Schubert, arr. by Max Spicker. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 4346 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1903). Pub. No. 16871. SATB with piano or organ. Dickinson folders.
    • The Orchestra (Old Quodlibet), by Willn Geisler, arr. by Harry Robert Wilson. Hall & McCreary Choral Octavos, No. 1111 (Minneapolis: Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Co., c1945). Pub. No. 1111-4-AT. SATBB or any five-voice combination.
    • The Origin of Yankee Doodle, arr. and harmonized by Charles W. Huntington, ed. and adapted by Fred Karlin. American Choral Music Series, No. 14585-062 (New York: MCA Music, c1967). SATB with piano.
    • The Passion According to St. Matthew, by Tomas L. de Victoria. Choral Art Edition, No. 1588 (Evanston, Ill.: Summy Pub. Co., c1956). Pub. No. Sumco 4415. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Peace and Holy Silence, by M. Searle Wright. Coleman-Ross Octavo, No. 2 (New York: Coleman-Ross Co., c1948). Pub. No. C-R.8. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Peace of God, by Norman Coke-Jephcott. Galaxy Choruses for Women’s Voices, No. 1357 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1943). SSA with organ (for rehearsal).
    • The Promise Which Was Made Unto the Fathers, by Edward C. Bairstow. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 762 (London: Novello & Co., c1903). SATB with accomp.
    • The Pursuit, by W.A. Goldsworthy. The New Secular Edwin A. Morris Choral Library, No. 986 (New York: Edwin H. Morris Co., c1946). SATB with organ.
    • The Return Unto Zion, by Walter C. Gale. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 8798 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1941). Pub. No. 39677. SATB with baritone solo and organ.
    • The Revellers, by A.E.M. Gretry. The Recherch J Collection of Choruses for Male Voices, No. 7 (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., c1885). TTBB with accomp.
    • The Righteous Living For Ever, by F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Op. 115, No. 2. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 255 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). TTBB with accomp.
    • The Risen Christ, by John Holler. Church Music Review, No. 1954 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1945). SATB with organ.
    • The Risen Lord, by Leo Sowerby. The Boston Music Co. Choral Music, Series 35, No. 1384 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1920). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 6349. Double SATB with organ.
    • The Risen Lord, an Easter Carol Service, Book IV (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB unaccomp.
    • The Rose and the Gardener, by Edgar Thorn. P.L. Jung’s Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 2 (New York: P.L. Jung Pub., c1897). Pub. No. P.L.J. 405. TTBB unaccomp.
    • The Second Beatitude, text adapted from Matt. 5:4; Ps. 116:7; Deut. 4:30-31; Jer. 31:13 (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1952). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Shepherd Boy, arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional French Carols, arr. by David Stanley Smith, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. I, No. 4 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1924). Pub. No. S. & B. 3051. SATB with accomp.
    • The Shepherds and the Inn, adapted by Harvey Gaul. Three North American Christmas Carols arr. by Harvey Gaul (Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Co., c1929). Pub. No. 76589-10 and 14,318. SATB with piano or organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Shepherd’s Farewell to the Holy Family from The Flight into Egypt by Hector Berlioz. Music for Christmas, No. 1617 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., n.d.). SATB with piano. Baker folders.
    • The Shepherds Had an Angel, by Maurice Besly, Op. 20. Choral Series from the Catalog of J. Curwen & Sons, London, No. 3475 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1923). Pub. No. 38816. SATB with soprano solo and cor anglais (or viola). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Shepherd’s Lullaby, by Lucius Hopkins Miller (Princeton, N.J.: Lucius Hopkins Miller, c1913). Unison with accomp.
    • The Shower, by Edward Elgar, Op. 71, No. 1. Novello’s Part-Song Book, Second Series, No. 1297 (London: Novello & Co., c1914, 1942). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Singer’s Harp (Justinus Kerner), by Carl Isenmann, ed. by John Hyatt Brewer. Apollo Club Songs for Men’s Voices; also G. Schirmer’s Octavo Choruses, No. 5626 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1911). Pub. No. 22978. TTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • The Sky Can Still Remember, by John Rodgers. Galleon Choral Series, No. 1013 (New York: Galleon Press, c1961). SATB.
    • The Sleep of the Child Jesus (Le Sommeil de l’Enfant Jesus, by F.A. Gevaert. The Boston Music Co. Octavo Church Music, No. 578 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1909). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • The Snow Lay on the Ground (Venite Adoremus), arr. by Robert Elmore and Robert B. Reed. Christmas Carols by Robert Elmore and Robert B. Reed, No. 7952 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1943). SATB with organ.
    • The Snow Lay on the Ground (Venite Adoremus), arr. by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2240 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1952). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Song of Mary, by Carl Aug. Fischer arr. by Albert Kranz. Collection of Part Songs and Choruses for Male, Female and Mixed Voices, No. N.Y. 784 (New York: G. Ricordi & Co., c1928). SSATTBB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Song of the Cudgel (Dubinushka), setting by M. Slonoff, arr. by Kurt Schindler. Songs of the Russian People, No. 12,851 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1915). TTBB with baritone solo and piano.
    • The Song of the Raven from The Cries of Bethlehem, by Arthur S. Warrell. The Oxford Choral Songs, No. 731 (London: Oxford University Press, c1929. SATB with piano.
    • The Sorrows of My Heart, by William Boyce. Anthology of Sacred Music, No. 98-1380 (St. Louis, Mo.: Concordia Pub. House, c1956). SA or TB with accomp.
    • The Spacious Firmament, by Brian Trant. Trios and Quartets for Female or Boys’ Voices and Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. 580 (London: Novello & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 17135. Unison and SA with organ or piano.
    • The Spirit of the Lord Is Upon Me (The Apostles) by Edward Elgar. The Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions: Octavo Choruses, No. 805 (London: Novello & Co., c1903). Pub. No. 11645. SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Storke, by Joseph W. Clokey, Op. 36. Fischer Edition Christmas Carols, No. 5732 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1926). SATB with alto solo, accomp.
    • The Storm on Lake Galilee, by Myron J. Roberts. Antiphons, No. 49 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1938). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Strain Upraise of Joy and Praise, by Arthur S. Sullivan. Ditson & Co.’s Sacred Selections, Fourth Series, No. 368 (Boston: Ditson & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • The Strife Is O’er, melody by Melchior Vulpius (1609). Six Short Anthems for the Seasons of the Church by Henry G. Ley, No. 1 (London: Oxford University Press, c1925). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Strife Is O’er, by Donald Cashmore. The Musical Times, No. 1416 (London: Novello & Co., c1961). Pub. :No. 18974. SATB with organ.
    • The Three Holy Women, Normandy carol of the 16th century arr. by Harvey B. Gaul. Choir Loft Choral Series, No. 332-12597 (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Oliver Ditson Co., c1904). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Three Kings (Canco de Nadal), music from an old Catalan nativity song harmonized by Luis Romeu. Spanish Choral Ballads, Sacred and Secular Catalonian Folk Music, No. 332-13,267 (Bryn Mawr, Penn.: Oliver Ditson Co., c1918). SATTB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Three Kings, text by Laurence Housman, music by Healey Willan. Oxford Choral Songs, No. OCS 718 (London: Oxford University Press, c1928). SSATBB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Three Ships (A Christmas Song), by Colin Taylor. Series: Novello’s Part-Song Book (Second Series), No. 1176; also The Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions (London: Novello & Co., c1909). SATB accomp. Baker folders.
    • The Time Draws Near the Birth of Christ, by C.S. Lang. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. Anth. 1242 (London: Novello & Co., c1939). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Trees and the Master, by Daniel Protheroe. Sacred Quartets and Choruses, Series V, No. 409 (Boston: Boston Music Co., c1908). Pub. No. B.M.Co. 1716. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Twelve Days of Christmas, old English song arranged by Louis Victor Saar. Commonwealth Series, No. 493 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1928). Pub. No. E.C.S. 350. Double chorus for women’s voices with solos for soprano I and II.
    • The Twilight Shadows Fall, by D.D. Wood. The Compositions of David D. Wood: Services and Anthems, No. 5 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1911). SATB with organ.
    • The Victory Through Christ, by H. Clough-Leighter. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5106 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1908). Pub. No. 20194. SATB with tenor solo and organ.
    • The Virgin Mary to the Child Jesus, words by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, music by Walter Damrosch (Cincinnati [etc.]: John Church Co., c1899). Pub. No. 2011. SATB double chorus, unaccomp.
    • The Voice Out of the Whirlwind, by R. Vaughan Williams adapted from “Galliard of the Sons of the Morning” (London: Oxford University Press, c1947). Pub. No. 4839. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Walk to Emmaus, by Walford Davies (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. 11035. SATB with tenor and bass recit. And organ.
    • The Way of Holiness, by G. Ferrata. Fischer Octavo Edition Anthems, Motets, etc., No. 4062 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1916). SATB with accomp.
    • The Way to Jerusalem: Palm Sunday Anthem, by Harold W. Friedell. Church Music Review, No. 2328 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1954). SATB and Baritone solo with organ.
    • The Wilderness, by John Goss. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 31 (London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • The Witch, by Edgar Thorn (“Edward MacDowell”). Arthur P. Schmidt’s Octavo Edition, No. 261 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt, c1898). Pub. No. P.L.J. 447-3. TTBB with accomp.
    • The Word Became Flesh, by George Brandon (New York: Canyon Press, c1952). Unison with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • The Word Incarnate, by H. Clough-Leighter. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 4750 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1906). Pub. No. 19003. SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • The Yodlers’ Carol, Austrian folk melody arr. for SA and descant by Mary E. Caldwell. Church Music Review, No. 2863 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1964). S or SA and Descant with organ.
    • Thee, Holy Father, We Adore, by W. Lawrence Curry. Church Music Review, No. 1184 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1932). SATB with organ.
    • Thee We Adore, by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. Choral Works by T. Frederick H. Candlyn, No. CM 492 (New York: Carl Fischer, c1937). Pub. No. CC27872-7. SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thee We Adore, by David Poole-Connor. The Musical Times, No. M.T. 1291 (London: Novello & Co., c1950). Pub. No. 17504. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders.
    • Thee Will I Love by Tchaikowsky, adapted by A.R. Parsons. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 105 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1882). Pub. No. 3190. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • There Came Three Kings, by T. Frederick H. Candlyn (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co.; New York: Chas. H. Ditson & Co., c1931). Pub. No. 14,518. SATB with piano or organ.
    • There Came to the Garden, German folk melody arr. by Charles Black. Church Music Review, No. 1625 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1940). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • There Is a Balm in Gilead, by William L. Dawson. Tuskegee Choir Series, No. 105 (Tuskegee Institute, Ala.: Music Press, c1949). SATB with soprano solo and piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • There Is No Other Comforter (Ne imamy inyia pomoschchi), by Aleksandr Kastalskii. Russian’s Choral Heritage (New York: MCA Music, c1965). Pub. No. 15200-062. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • There Is No Sorrow, Lord, Too Light, by Arthur E. Godfrey. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 882 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1907). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • There Shall Be No More Night There, by D.D. Wood. The Compositions of David D. Wood: Services and Anthems, No. 1 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1911). SATB with soprano solo and accomp.
    • There Stand Those Halls on High (Stant Syon Atria) from Hora Novissima, by Horatio W. Parker. Church Music Review, No. 1248 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). Pub. No. 8161. SATB double chorus with piano.
    • There Was a Rosebud Bloomed in the Snow, by Martin Shaw. Carols, No. 469 (London: Novello & Co., c1930). SATB unaccomp.
    • There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Field, by Healey Willan. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 871 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, c1906). SATB with accomp.
    • There’s Born in Bethlehem’s Manger, German carol arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional Christmas Carols, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. II, No. 6 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1925). Pub. No. S. & B. 3361. SATB with accomp.
    • There’s Heaven Above, by Sidney Homer. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 9245 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1910, 1944). Pub. No. 40344. SSAA with piano.
    • These Things Shall Be, by Russell Broughton. Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 14,459 (Boston & New York: Oliver Ditson Co., c1931). Pub. No. 76977-8. SATB with mezzo soprano or baritone solo and organ.
    • They Are at Rest, by Edward Elgar. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 966 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1910). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Thirty-Five Sacred Rounds and Canons from Four Centuries, collected by Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr. (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1955). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • This Is the Day, by Dimitri Stepanovitch Bortniansky. St. Dunstan Edition of Sacred Music, No. 1241 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1938). SATB divisi with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • This Is the Day (Haec dies), by G.P. Palestrina. Church Music Review, No. 2633 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1960). SSATTB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • This Is the Day, by Harold W. Friedel. Church Music Review, No. 2457 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1957). Baritone solo with SATB and Organ.
    • This Is the Record of John, by Orlando Gibbons, ed. by John E. West. Church Music Review, No. 2501 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with tenor solo with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • This Joyful Easter-Tide, 17th century Dutch melody harmonized by Charles Wood. Wood Octavo Series: Sacred, No. 512. Pub. No. 7431-5. SATB accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Thou Art My Portion, by Frederick A. Gore Ouseley, ed. by John E. West. The Musical Times, No. 872 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, Sole Agents, n.d.). SATB with organ.
    • Thou Art My Way, O Lord, by David McK. Williams. Series: Church Music Review, No. 1303 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1934). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thou Art Our Wine and Bread, by Katherine K. Davis. Galaxy Music for the Church, No. 1757 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1949). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Thou Hallowed Chosen Morn, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2520 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thou Hallowed Morn of Praise, by Claude Means. The New Secular Edwin H. Morris Choral Library, NO. 4504 (New York: Edwin H. Morris Music Pub., c1946). SSA with piano.
    • Thou Hidden Love of God, by Arthur Sullivan. Church Music Review, No. 1964 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1945). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Thou Knowest, Lord, by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach, Op. 76. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 6029 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1915). Pub. No. 25270. SATB with tenor (or soprano) and bass solos and organ.
    • Thou Knowest, Lord, the Secrets of Our Hearts, by Henry Purcell. Church Music Review, No. 1665 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London). SATB with accomp.
    • Thou Knowest, Lord, the Secrets of Our Hearts, by Henry Purcell. The Musical Times series, No. 249 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Thou Mighty Nation, by Richard Dewey. Part Songs for Male Voices, No. 9 (Chicago: Gamble Hinged Music Co., c1912). TTBB with piano or organ.
    • Thou Must Leave Thy Lowly Dwelling (The Shepherds’ Farewell to the Holy Family, chorus from “Childhood of Christ” Op. 25), by Hector Berlioz. Church Music Review, No. 1898 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thou Ocean Without Shore from Hora Novissima by Horatio W. Parker. Church Music Review, No. 1218 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). Quartet and SATB with piano.
    • Thou Shalt Love the Lord Thy God, by Leo Sowerby. Church Music Review, No. 2928 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1966). SATB with piano.
    • Thou Visitest the Earth, by Dr. Greene. The Musical Times, No. 131 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace, by Loraine Holloway. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 2984 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1906). SATB with organ.
    • Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace, by Samuel Sebastian Wesley. Series: Church Music Review, No. 1660 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., n.d.). SATTB with organ. Baker folders.
    • Though I Speak with the Tongues of Men, by Edward C. Bairstow. The Oxford Series of Modern Anthems, No. A.63 (London: Oxford Univ. Press, c1934). SATB with organ.
    • Three Amens, by Orlando Gibbons and John Stainer. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 5313 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 21100. SATB with organ.
    • Three Choral Hymns, by R. Vaughan Williams. Curwen edition (New York: G. Schirmer, c1930). SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Three Kings, by Edward Shippen Barnes. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 7053 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1923). Pub. No. 31550C. SATB with organ.
    • Three Opening Sentences (Series III). Anthems for Mixed Voices, No. 12,399 (Boston & New York: Oliver Ditson Co., c1910). Pub. No. 5-94-69451-6. TB, SATB, SA with organ.
    • Three Responses, by H.J. Storer. Oliver Ditson Co.’s Octavo Edition, No. 12,209 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., c1911). SATB with organ.
    • Three Short Choruses from Ode in Praise of Musick (1703), by Philip Hart, ed. and arr. by Frank Dawes. Musical Times, No. 1469 (London: Novello & Co., c1965). Pub. No. 19484. SATB with piano reduction.
    • Three Songs of Praise, by George Dyson (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1935). Pub. No. 16186. SATB with organ or piano.
    • Throne of Mercy, Star of Goodness (Thron der Liebe, Stern der Gute), by Peter Cornelius. Novello’s Part-Song Book, Second Series, No. 980 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SSAATTBB with accomp.
    • Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow, by C. Hubert H. Parry. Novello’s Parish Choir Book, No. 658 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1904). SATB.
    • Thus Saith God the Lord, by E.S. Hosmer. Church Music Review, No. 367 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1914). SATB with soprano and baritone solos and accomp.
    • Thus Saith the Lord by P. Tschesnokoff, the English adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4101 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). Pub. No. J.F. & B. 4101-2. SSAATTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Thus Saith the Lord God, by George C. Martin. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1052 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1914). SATB with organ.
    • Thy Blessings, Father, by Alfred H. Johnson. Galaxy Music for the Church, No. 1026 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1940). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thy Church, O God, Her Heart to Thee Upraiseth, by Eric H. Thiman. The Musical Times, No. 1166 (London: Novello & Co., c1940). Pub. No. 16878. SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thy Glory Dawns, Jerusalem, by Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood. Church Music Review, No. 997 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1929). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thy Kingdom and Dominion Endureth For Ever, by T. Tertius Noble. Galaxy Octavo, No. 1516 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1945). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Thy Way, Not Mine, by W. Rhys-Herbert. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 2825 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1906). SATB with organ.
    • ‘Tis the Day of Resurrection, by Charles Wood. Laurel Octavo, the Year Book Press Series, No. 1171 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1927). Double SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • To Noel, 17th century Poitevin carol arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Old French and Franconian Carols, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. III, No. 8 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1926). Pub. No. S.&B. 3547. SATB with accomp.
    • To Shepherds Fast Asleep, by Katherine K. Davis (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1948). Pub. No. G.M. 1708-10. SATB with piano or organ.
    • To Thee, O Lord, Do I Lift Up My Soul, by Rachmaninoff. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4175 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915, 1916). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • To Thee, Our God, We Fly, based on the tune rhosymedre by J.D. Edwards, setting by Joseph W. Clokey. Concordia Hymn Anthems, No. 98-2015 (St. Louis: Concordia Pub. House, c1954). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • To Thee We Call, by P.I. Tschaikovsky. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4186 (Glen Rock, N.J.: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915, 1943). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • To Whom Will Ye Liken God, by Horatio Parker. Church Music Review, No. 235 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1909). TTBB with tenor solo and organ.
    • To Zion Jesus Came, by David McK. Williams. Church Music Review, No. 2330 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Today Did Christ Arise: Easter Carol, Dutch carol tune (17th century) arr. by Alfred Whitehead (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co.; New York: Chas. H. Ditson Co.; Chicago: Lyon & Healy, c1932). Pub. No. 14,548 (also 77162-8). SATB with piano or organ.
    • Today Doth Blossom Jesse’s Stem, by W.R. Voris (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co.; New York: Chas. H. Ditson & Co., c1931). Pub. No. 14,517 and 77107-9. SATB with organ. (1 copy).
    • Tonight, based on French tune arr. by Charlotte Garden. Carols & Anthems for Christmastide, No. 8112 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1945). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Tristis est anima mea (Sad Is My Soul Unto Death), by Michael Haydn (1778). From Twelve Passion Motets, No. 2. G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 1008 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14765. SATB with organ.
    • Trust in the Lord, after an air from Xerxes by G.F. Handel, arr. by Max Spicker. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 4423 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1904). Publ. No. 17312. SATB with piano or harp and organ.
    • Tu es Petrus (from Christus), by Franz Liszt. Schirmer’s Octavo Catholic Church Music, No. 6233 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 10138. SATB with piano.
    • Turn Back O Man, by Gustav Holst. Galaxy Festival Choruses, No. 6 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1919). SATB with piano. Dickinson folders.
    • Turn Thee, Again, O Lord, by Thomas Attwood. Sacred Music, Mixed Voices, No. 1721 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1936). Pub. No. E.C.S. No. 1025. SATB with organ.
    • Turn Thy Face From My Sins, by Thomas Attwood. The Musical Times, No. 155 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • Turn Thy Face From My Sins, by Thomas Attwood. Ditson & Co.’s Sacred Selections, No. 779 (Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • ‘Twas In the Moon of Winter-Time (Jesous Ahatonhia), based on Christmas carol of the Indians on Manhattan Island, arr. by Pietro Yon (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1937). Pub. No. G.M. 786-2. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Two Kings, by Joseph W. Clokey. Christmastide Service-Choral Programs, No. 8639 (Glen Rock, N.J.: J. Fischer & Bro., c1950). SATB with accomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Two Psalms for Chorus, String Orchestra & Organ by Gustav Holst (London: Augener, c1920). Pub. No. 15353R. SATB (vocal score only).
    • Two Responses, by Palmer Christian. Summy’s Octavo Editions, Sacred Series, No. 1215 (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., c1913). Pub. No. C.F.S.Co. 1463-2. SATB.
    • Two Sacred Songs in Four Parts by William Byrd (New York: Mercury Music Corp., c1944). Pub. No. MP 51-6. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Two Short Anthems (Deliver Us, O Lord Our God; O Praise the Lord), by Adrian Batten, ed. by E.H. Fellowes. Tudor Church Music, Second Series, No. TCM 56 (London: Oxford University Press, c1929). SATB with organ (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Two Short Motets or Introits, by Jack Ossewaarde. Church Music Review, No. 2904 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1965). SATB with accomp. (preferably unaccomp.).
    • Two Songs from the Thirteenth Century, by E.A. MacDowell. P.L. Jung’s Choruses for Men’s Voices, No. 3 (New York: P.L. Jung Pub., c1897). Pub. No. P.L.J. 408a. TTBB.
    • Tyrley Tyrlow (Carol), by Peter Warlock. The Oxford Choral Songs series, No. 15. Unison with piano.
    • Una Hora Non Potuistis Vigilare (Could Ye Then Not Watch for an Hour), by Michael Haydn. From Twelve Passion Motets, No. 4. Series: G. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music (New York: G. Schirmer, c1899). Pub. No. 14767. SATB with organ.
    • Unfold, Ye Portals, by Gounod. Schirmer’s Octavo Collection of Choruses for Mixed Voices, No. 15 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • Uns ist ein Kind geboren! By Cl. Von Gersdorff (Berlin: Ed. Bote & G. Bock, n.d.). Pub. No. 14766. SATB.
    • Unto Us a Christ is Born (Singt und klinget allusmal), 14th century German Christmas song, arr. by E.J. Biedermann. Fischer’s Octavo Edition of Sacred Choruses with English and German Words, No. 3340 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1909). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • Up, Up My Heart with Gladness, melody by Johann Cruger (1648), arr. by Austin C. Lovelace (Evanston, Ill.: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1958). Pub. No. Sumco 5187. SATB with piano or organ.
    • Upon My Lap My Soveraigne Sits, by Martin Peerson, ed. by Lionel Benson. Novello’s Part-Song Book, Second Series, No. 747 (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.). SATB with piano.
    • Veni, rogo, in cor meum (Come, I pray Thee, dwell within me), by Heinrich Schütz, arr. by E. Harold Geer. From the Polyphonic Period of Choral Song, No. 8981 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1943). Pub. No. 37951. SSAA with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Venite Adoremus, by Searle Wright (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1951). Pub. No. 5110. SATB unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Versicles and Responses, harmonized by Alec Wyton. Church Music Review, No. 3041 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., c1969). SATB or TTBB and congregation.
    • Very Bread, Good Shepherd, Tend Us, by Warner M. Hawkins. Church Music Review, No. 1136 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ.
    • Wake Now, Ye Shepherds, Bohemian Christmas carol arr. by Ralph G. Winslow. Christmas Carols for Mixed Voices (New York: Carl Fischer, c1941). Pub. No. 29202-7. SATTBB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Walk Thou with Us, by Claude Means. Galaxy Music for the Church, No. 1431 (New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1944). SATB with bass solo and organ.
    • Wash Me Thoroughly, by Samuel Sebastian Wesley. Octavo Anthems, No. Anth. 186 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • Watch Over Thy People, by Joseph Roff (Evanston, Ill: Summy-Birchard Pub. Co., c1958). Pub. No. Sumco 5213. SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • We Adore Thee, God Eternal, by Gregorio Allegri (1560-1652), arr. by Charlotte Mathewson Lockwood. Church Music Review, No. 1119 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • We Have Seen His Star by Everett Titcomb. From his Eight Short Motets for the Greater Festivals of the Church for Mixed Chorus A Capella (New York: Carl Fischer, c1934). Pub. No. 26932-2. SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • We Love the Place, O God, by Anne Versteeg McKittrick. Church Music Review, No. 2016 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1947). SATB with organ. Dickinson folders.
    • We Praise Thee, by Rachmaninoff. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4176 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1915). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • We Praise Thee, English adaptation by P.I. Tschaikowsky. Choruses in Octavo Form, No. 4268 (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1917). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal).
    • We Praise Thee, O God, by G.F. Handel, arr. and ed. by Richard Peek. Church Music Review, No. 2477 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1957). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • We Pray Thee, Heavenly Father, by Godfrey Sampson. The Musical Times, No. 1054 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Agents, c1930). SATB with organ.
    • We Sing to Thee, O Lord, by Nikolai Nikolaievitch Tcherepnin in collaboration with Henry Clough-Leighter. Choral Music by Russian Composers, No. 1622 (Boston: E.C. Schirmer Music Co., c1933). SSAATTBB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • We Three Shepherds, arr. by David Stanley Smith. From Eight Traditional French Carols, arr. by David Stanley Smith, Publications of the Carol Society, Vol. I, No. 4 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1924). Pub. No. S. & B. 3051. SATB with accomp.
    • We Tread Upon Thy Carpets, by Annabeth McClelland Gay (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1954). SAB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Weary Wind of the West, by Edward Elgar. Novello’s Octavo Edition of Trios, etc. for Female Voices, No. 537 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1931). SSA with piano.
    • Weihnacht, by Alfred Dregert. Beliebte Compositionen von Alfred Dregert für gemischten Chor, Op. 147, No. 1 (Leipzig: Otto Forberg, n.d.). Pub. No. 2488. SATB.
    • Weihnacht: alter Weihnachtsgesang aus Thürigen by Heinrich Zöllner, Op. 72, No.4 from his Vier Lieder für Gemischten Chor (Leipzig und Zürich: Gebrüder Hug & Co., c1900. Pub. No. G.H. 2935. SATB.
    • Weihnacht “Deinen Frieden sende nieder” by H. Finsterbusch. Zwilf Leichte Chorgesange für die Feste des Kirchenjahrrs, No. II (Liepzig: C.A. Dlemm, 1895). SATB.
    • Weihnachten, by Georg Scheel. Motetten für gemischten Chor von Georg Scheel, No. 2 (Offenbach: Johann AndrJ, c1909). Pub. No. 16224. SATB.
    • Weihnachten, by Robert Schwalm. Zehn geistliche Gesange für Kirchenchire und hohere Schulen von Robert Schwalm, Op. 91, No. 1 (Leipzig und Zhrich: Hug & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. G.H. 25519. SATB.
    • Weihnachtsfest, by R. Bartmuss. Drei Motetten für gemischten Chor … von Richard Bartmuss, Op. 31, No. 1 (Leipzig: Arno Spitzner, n.d.). SATB.
    • Weihnachtsgesang, melody from the Locheimer Liederbuch, arr. by Carl Riedel. Altdeutsche geistliche Lieder … von Carl Reidel, Heft 1, No. 2 (Leipzig: E.W. Fritzsch, n.d). SATB.
    • Weihnachtslied, by Otto Schwarzlose. Neue Lieder für gemischten Chor, No. 1 (Regensburg & Munich: B. Fritz, Musikverlag, n.d.(. Pub. No. B.F. 325. SATB.
    • Weihnachtslied, by Eduard Tauwitz. Vier gemischte Ch`re von Eduard Tauwitz, Op. 160, No. 3 (Leipzig: Rob. Forberg, n.d.). Pub. No. 4486. SATB.
    • Weihnachtsmotette, by Friedrich Baumfelder. Sammlung geistlicher Gesange für Chor, No. 6 (Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel, n.d.). Pub. No. 11813. SATB.
    • Welcome, Welcome, Dear Redeemer, by César Franck, adapted by W. Southwick (New York: G. Schirmer, c1888). Pub. No. 6000. From G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music: General Anthems, No. 3284.Bass solo with SATB and Organ.
    • Welcome, Yule, ancient carol (15th century) from The Holy Child by Eric Gritton (London: Stainer & Bell, c1928). Pub. No. S. & B. 3831. Unison with piano. Baker folders.
    • What Are These That Are Arrayed in White Robes? By J. Stainer. Octavo Anthems, No. 57 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, n.d.). SATB with accomp.
    • What Are These That Glow from Afar, by Alan Gray (London: Stainer & Bell, c1916). Pub. No. S.&B. 1874. SATB with organ.
    • What Can Life Be But a Shadow? by Johann Bach, ed. by John Finley Williamson. Westminster Choir Series, No. 37; G. Schirmer Octavo, No. 8135 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1937). Pub. No. 37562.
    • What Can This Mean? by F. Broadus Staley. Christmas Music for Mixed Voices, No. 84163 (New York: Harold Flammer Pub., c1939). Pub. No. 1869. SATB with piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • What Child Is This?, based on the English folk melody Greensleeves arr. by Charles Black. Church Music Review, No. 2004 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1946). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • What Christ Said, by Peter Christian Lutkin. Church Music Review, No. 432 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1916). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • What Is This Fragrance? (Quelle est cette odeur agreeable?), based on an old French carol, arr. by John Huston. Church Music Review, No. 2541 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1958). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • What Sweeter Music, by H. Wlaford Davies. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 965 (London: Novello & Co., c1909). SATB with soprano solo and accomp.
    • Whatsoever Things, by Stuart Young. Church Music Review, No. 1162 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1931). SATB with organ.
    • When Christ Was Born, by Leopold Stokowski. Church Music Review, No. 2347 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1954). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • When Christ Was Born to Earth, by H. Walford Davies. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 606 (London: Novello and Co.; New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1898). SATB with soprano solo and organ.
    • When It Was Yet Dark, by R. Huntington Woodman. The Musical Times, (London & New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., c1899). SATB with tenor and bass solos and organ.
    • When Jesus in the Garden, 17th century song of the Passion arr. by Franz Wasner. From the Repertoire of the Trapp Family Singers, No. 8822 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1942). Pub. No. 39746. SAB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • When Jesus Lived in Galilee, adapted from a native folk-carol by John Jacob Niles. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 9268 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1944). Pub. No. 40405C. SSA with piano (for rehearsal).
    • When the Lord Turned Again the Captivity of Sion, by Eaton Faning. Series: Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 791 (London: Novello & Co., c1904. Tenor solo, SATB, and orchestra (organ reduction).
    • When the Lord Turned Again the Captivity of Zion, by W.G. Alcock. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1014 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, Sole Agents, c1912). SATB with accomp.
    • When the Roses Bloom, by Louise Reichardt. Male Voices Octavo, Series II (Boston: C.W. Thompson & Co., c1913). Pub. No. T.&Co. 354-3. TTBB with piano.
    • When the Son of Man Shall Come by C. Lee Williams. Church Choir Library, No. 3 (London: Stainer & Bell; New York: Galaxy Music Corp., c1908). Pub. No. S. & B. 269. SATB with piano. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • When Thou Art Near (Bist du bei Mir), by J.S. Bach. Church Music Review, No. 1513 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1938). SATB with solo (optional Junior Choir) and organ.
    • Whence Is That Goodly Fragrance? old French carol harmonized and arr. by C.H. Kitson. Laurel Octavo, the Year Book Press Series, No. 1137 (Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., c1930). SATB with piano (for rehearsal).
    • Where Thou Reignest, by Franz Schubert. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. Anth. 563 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB with bass solo and accomp. Dickinson folders.
    • When to Thee Our Saviour Went, Opening Chorus from Die Meistersinger by R. Wagner. Schirmer’s Standard Secular Choruses, No. 2428 (New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.). Pub. No. 10565. SATB with organ or piano.
    • While All Things, by Healey Willan. Church Music Review No. 2195 (New York: H.W. Gray, n.d.). SATB with soprano solo and organ or piano accomp.
    • While All Things Were in Quiet Silence, by Gerrit Smith. Schirmer’s Octavo Church Music, No. 575 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1890). SATB with organ.
    • While by My Sheep, Christmas Hymn (from the 17th Century), arr. by Hugo Jünst. G. Schirmer’s Choral Church Music, No. 2532 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1895. Pub. No. 12632. SATB with piano.
    • While by My Sheep, Christmas Hymn (from the 17th Century), arr. by Hugo Jünst (New York: G. Schirmer, c1895, c1923). From G. Schirmer’s Standard Church Music: Christmas Anthems. Pub. No. 12632. SATB with piano.
    • While Yet the Morn is Breaking; and O Rejoice, Ye Christians, Loudly, by J.S. Bach. Church Music Society Reprints, No. 22A. (London: SPCK & Oxford University Press, 1930). SATB with organ.
    • Who Are These Like Stars?, by Richard Warner. Church Music Review, No. 2231 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1952). SATB with organ. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Who Are These Like Stars Appearing, by Richard Redhead, rev. and ed. by Alfred Redhead. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 995 (London: Novello & Co., c1911). SATB with accomp. (Copy 2 without series cover, otherwise identical).
    • Whom Seek Ye in the Manger?, by Eric Gritton (London: Stainer & Bell; New York: Galaxy Music Corp., agents, c1928). Pub. No. S.&B. 3831. Three-part female chorus with piano.
    • Whoso Dwelleth Under the Defence of the Most High, by George C. Martin. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 5699 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1912). Pub. No. 23681. TTBB with organ.
    • Why Rage Fiercely the Heathen? by Felix Mendelssohn. Novello Series of Short Choral Compositions, No. 23 (London: Novello & Co., n.d.). SATB double chorus with accomp.
    • Winds Softly Blow, by Ralph E. Marryott. Church Music Review, No. 2539 ([New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London?]). SATB with accomp. (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Winter, traditional Welsh carol arr. by Malcolm Sargent. The Oxford Choral Songs series, No. 807 (London: Oxford University Press, c1937). SATB unaccomp. (piano for rehearsal).
    • Winter Carol, by Richard Peek (East Orange, N.J.: Canyon Press, c1959). Pub. No. 5901. SATB with optional Hand Bells or solo organ stop. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Wisdom Shall Praise Herself, by John E. West. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 661 (London: Novello & Co., c1900). SATB with organ.
    • With Cheerful Notes Let All the Earth (from Sixth Chandos Anthem), by Handel. Novello’s Octavo Anthems, No. 1188 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray, agents, n.d.). Pub. No. 8107. SATB with piano.
    • Wondrous Love, arr. by Paul Christiansen. Augsburg Choral Library, No. 1140 (Minneapolis: Augsburg Pub. House, c1955). SATB with tenor or soprano solo unaccomp. Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem, by Charles V. Stanford. Church Choir Library, No. 97 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1911). SATB with organ.
    • Ye Holy Angels Bright, by Charles Villiers Stanford. Church Choir Library, No. 164 (London: Stainer & Bell, c1913). SATB with organ or piano (for rehearsal).
    • Ye Holy Angels Bright, by Eric H. Thiman. Church Music Review, No. 1844 (New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents for Novello & Co., London, c1943). SATB with organ.
    • Ye Servants of God, arr. by Don Malin. Wood Octavo Series, Sacred, No. 736 (Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., c1958). Treble choir, SATB, and organ.
    • Ye Shall Dwell in the Land (abridged), by J. Stainer, arr. for men’s voices by Sumner Salter. G. Schirmer’s Collection of Octavo Church Music, No. 5698 (New York: G. Schirmer, c1912). Pub. No. 23680. TTBB with organ.
    • Ye Sons and Daughters, 15th century French arr. by W.R. Voris. Arthur P. Schmidt Co.’s Octavo Series, No. 1585 (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., c1932). Pub. No. A.P.S. 14575-4. SATB with accomp.
    • You Can Tell the World, by William Jonson. Skidmore Choral Library, No. SK 2049 (New York: Skidmore Music Co., c1959). SATB divisi with piano (for rehearsal).
    • You Green and Glittering Tree, by C.E.F. Weyse, ed. and arr. by Walter Ehret. International Christmas Carols, No. 2520 (New York: Walton Music Corp., c1963). SATB with descants for two flutes, orchestra bells, triangle, and piano.
    • You Taught Me How to Pray, by Helen Jun Marth (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 4503. SSA with piano.
    • You Taught Me How to Pray, by Helen Jun Marth, arr. by C. Albert Scholin (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., c1945). Pub. No. 984. SATB with piano.
    • Your Songs to Jesus Raise, by R. Walker Robson. Novello’s Music for Sunday School Festivals, No. 106 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, c1933). Unison with accomp.
    • Yuletide (Las pascuas), two Christmas songs from the Province of Badajoz, Spain, music collected by Kurt Schindler, harmonized and arr. by Deems Taylor (New York: J. Fischer & Bro., c1942). Pub. No. 7877-12. SATB with tenor solo and piano (for rehearsal). Baker folders, Dickinson folders.
    • Zion Hears Her Watchmen’s Voices (Sleepers Wake!), by J.S. Bach. Novello’s Octavo Choruses, No. 808 (London: Novello & Co.; New York: H.W. Gray Co., Sole Agents, n.d.). Pub. No. 11246. SATB with accomp.
    • Zum Christfest from Acht leicht ausführbare und gefällige Cristliche Gesänge für gemischten Chor von Ruland Aysslinger, Op. 46, No. 3 (Offenbach am Main: Johann André, c1903). Pub. No. 15670. SATB unaccomp.
    • Zum Missionsfeste, by Robert Schwalm. Zehn geistliche Gesänge für Kirchenchöre und höhere Schulen von Robert Schwalm, Op. 91, No. 7 (Leipzig und Zhrich: Hug & Co., n.d.). Pub. No. G.H. 2557a. SATB.
    • Zum Osterfest from Acht leicht ausführbare und gefällige Cristliche Gesänge für gemischten Chor von Ruland Aysslinger, Op. 46, No. 5 (Offenbach am Main: Johann André, c1903). Pub. No. 15670. SATB unaccomp.

    Choral Works by Other Composers and Arrangers [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Archive Boxes 60-61]

    Instrumental Works by Other Composers and Arrangers [Filed Unsorted in Archive Boxes 73-75]

    >Opera Scores [Filed Alphabetically in Archive Boxes 62-63]

    Organ Scores by Other Composers and Arrangers [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Archive Boxes 64-66]

    Piano Solo and Ensemble Scores by Other Composers and Arrangers [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Archive Box 59]

    Vocal Scores Composed or Arranged by Other Composers [Filed Alphabetically by Title in Archive Box 59]

  6. Bibliography of Recordings by Clarence Dickinson, works by him, and Related Events

    1. A Christmas Music Festival: Carols of Many Nations, compositions and arrangements by Clarence Dickinson. Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, December 23, 1962. Reel-to-Reel tape recording.
    2. A Christmas Music Festival: Carols of Many Nations, compositions and arrangements by Clarence Dickinson. Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, December 22, 1963. Reel-to-Reel tape recording.
    3. A Musical Souvenir from Clarence Dickinson. Music for the Organ by Clarence Dickinson. Recording of L.I. Recording Studios, Flushing, N.Y. No. V13392. 33 1/3 rpm.

      • Side 1: Storm King Symphony: Allegro Maestoso, composer at the organ of The Brick Presbyterian Church, New York.
      • Side 2: Berceuse, for Violin, Mary Canberg, violinist and arranger – Andante Serioso, Dr. Dickinson at the organ.
    4. Candlelight Carol Service at Lafayette Ave. Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, December 26, 1955, Dr. Clarence Dickinson, Conductor. 33 1/3 rpm.

      • Side 1: The March of the Magi by Liszt, arr. Dickinson – O Have Ye Heard the Tidings – O Jesu Sweet, O Jesus Kind – Sir Christmas – Glad Tidings – The Little Town.
      • Side 2: Dark and Still – Who Knocks So Loud? – The Angels were Singing – A Story Fair.
    5. Christmas with Clarence Dickinson: Carols from Far and Near Collected and arranged by Clarence and Helen Adell Dickinson. (H.W. Gray Co., New York; produced by Long Island Recording Studios, Brooklyn, N.Y.). 33 1/3 rpm. The selections are from the 1962 and 1963 Carol Services, recorded at Lafayette Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. All compositions and arrangements are by Dr. Dickinson, the texts by Dr. Helen A. Dickinson, unless otherwise credited.

      Double Quartet, Soloists, Instrumentalists conducted by Clarence Dickinson with Kathryn Oakes, soprano; Loisann Oakes, alto; Howard Fried, tenor; Virgil Day, tenor; John Macurdy, bass; Frederick, Baer, bass; assisted by Mary Canberg, violin; Ardyth Alton, cello; Rebecca Lewis Wagner, harp; Dr. Robert S. Baker, organ; Mina Belle Packer, organ.

      • Side 1: Exaltation (instrumental ensemble); Six Carols: The Song of the Angels – What a Wonder – Is This the Road to Bethlehem? – O Nightingale, Awake! – O Bethlehem – Lo, In a Manger.
      • Side 2: A Christmas Carol from Lapland – Still There is Bethlehem – Hasten, Children, One and All – Sleep, My Jesus Sleep – All Hail! – A Heavenly Song is Sung this Day.
    6. Clarence Dickinson, Mus.D., Litt.D., at the Ernest M. Skinner Organ, The Brick Presbyterian Church, New York, N.Y., April 1964. Recorded by Frank A. Spurr, Jr. 33 1/3 rpm.

      • Side 1: Introduction: The Reverend Dr. Paul Wolfe, Minister, The Brick Church – The Storm King Symphony by Dickinson: Allegro, Intermezzo – Interview: Dr. Wolfe and Dr. Dickinson.
      • Side 2: Interview Dr. Wolfe and Dr. Dickinson – Hymns from The Presbyterian Hymnal ed. by Dr. Clarence Dickinson: God of our Fathers, God of the Prophets, Fairest Lord Jesus, God of our Life, O What Their Joy and Their Glory Must Be – Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring by Bach – The Berceuse by Dickinson – Joy of the Redeemed by Dickinson.
    7. Clarence Dickinson and the Salem Brass Choir performing at Salem Church, Allentown, Pennsylvania. Date? Two reel-to-reel tape recordings.
    8. Compositions by Clarence Dickinson. Played by the composer on the organ at the Druid Hills Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia. Recording by Brock, Atlanta. 33 1/3 rpm.

      • Side 1: Storm King Symphony: Allegro Maestoso; Intermezzo.
      • Side 2: Andante Serioso – Berceuse – The Joy of the Redeemed.
    9. Farewell Service at the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York, Commemorating the Pastorate of Rev. George Litch Knight. Grace S. Croswell, Soprano; Catherine J. Prussing and Nancy H. Carpenter, mezzo sopranos; David B. Croswell, bass; and The Lafayette Avenue Church Choir (English and Korean). Recorded by Ernest W. Ucko for Long Island Recording Studios, Brooklyn, N.Y., No. C7608. 33 1/3 rpm. This service does not include music by Clarence Dickinson but was included because of Rev. Knight’s long-standing friendship with the Dickinsons and his influence in bringing the collection to William Carey College.
    10. Helen Dickinson’s Funeral Service, August 29, 1957, Brick Presbyterian Church, New York, N.Y. Reel-to-Reel tape recording.
    11. Howard Kelsey music? Otherwise unidentified Reel-to-Reel tape recording.
    12. Inaugural Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Founding of The Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City, Dr. D. Reginald Thomas, Minister, October 30, 1966. The Combined Choirs of The Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City, and The Church of the Covenant, Paterson, N.J., Present a Choral Festival of Music by Clarence Dickinson, Organist and Choirmaster Emeritus, conducted by Dr. T. Charles Lee, Organist and Choirmaster. Lirs Records, IS 7539 (Long Island Recording Studios, Brooklyn, N.Y.) 33 1/3 rpm.

      • Side 1: Introduction by Dr. Thomas – O Israel, How Great is the House of God – List to the Lark – What a Wonder – The Shepherds’ Story.
      • Side 2: We Pause Beside the Door – In Joseph’s Lovely Garden – Resurrection Morn – Great and Glorious is the Name of the Lord.
    13. Lafayette Baton Committee Tapping Ceremony Honoring Dr. Clarence Dickinson, Held at The Brick Church, New York, May 25, 1960. A Euphonic Recording of L.I. Recording Studios, Flushing, N.Y. V13392. (2 copies each regular 33 1/3 and Microgroove 33 1/3 rpm.
    14. Music Festival held at The Riverside Church, New York City, April 27, 1958. This may have been a service honoring Clarence Dickinson. Sides 3 and 4 of a Reel-to-Reel tape recording.
    15. Saluum Fac Poupom Tuum by Charles Marie Widor, arr. by Clarence Dickinson. Organ performance by Clarence Dickinson at Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City, 1949. 33 1/3 rpm. No recording data available. (Onc copy only).
    16. The Brick Church Choir, Clarence Dickinson, Director. 33 1/3 rpm. No recording

      • Side 1: Nowell – Dutch Lullaby – Sleep, My Jesus, Sleep – In Joseph’s Lovely Garden.
      • Side 2: Easter Litany – Nightingale Awake.
    17. The Brick Church Choir, Clarence Dickinson, Director, at the Temple of Religion, World’s Fair, New York City, May 14, 1939. Soloists: Corleen Wells, soprano; Viola Silva, contralto; Harold Haugh, tenor; Harry Katzman and John Weiser, violinists. Recorded by Century Sound Studio, New York, N.Y., May 6, 1939. 78 rpm.

      Contents: “Music by Composers of the Reformation Period, Forerunners of Bach, with Some Carols: Let My Prayer Come Up by Henry Purcell – Born Today by Jan Pieters Sweelinck – Alleluia by Thomas Weelkes – Sweet Was the Song the Virgin Sang by John Attey – A Story Fair – O Nightingale Awake – The Soul at Heaven’s Gate – In Joseph’s Lovely Garden – Biblical Scene by Heinrich Schuetz – Sing to the Lord by Heinrich Schuetz – Lord in Thee Do I Trust by Dietrich Buxtehude – Rejoice Beloved Christians by Dietrich Buxtehude.

    18. The Brick Presbyterian Church, New York, New York, Clarence Dickinson, Organist and Choirmaster. The Brick Church Motet Choir. Corleen Wells, soprano; Viola Silva, contralto; Virgil Day, tenor; Frederick Baer, bass. Recorded by Barnett J. Junker, M.D. Record 1 no. E1-LKC-3610. Record 2 no. E1-LKC-5639. 33 1/3 rpm.

      • Record 1, Side 1: An Easter Litany by Clarence Dickinson – Hosanna from the Moravian Liturgy, arr. Roberta Bitgood – Twilight Music by Dietrich Buxtehude, ed. by Clarence Dickinson.
      • Record 1, Side 2: Nowell (The Shepherd’s Story) by Clarence Dickinson – Dutch Lullaby by Clarence Dickinson – Sanctus by Gounod – In Joseph’s Lovely Garden by Clarence Dickinson.
      • Record [2], Side 1: The Crucifixion by John Staner. This is apparently the second record of a set based on the labeling, although no. 2 does not appear on the label.
    19. The Chancel Choir of Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, Clarence Dickinson Conducting, November 1, 1960. Boyd Recording Service, Dallas, Texas. 33 1/3 microgroove.

      Contents: Great and Glorious by Clarence Dickinson – Beneath the Shadow of the Great Protection by Clarence Dickinson.

    20. The Dickinson Heritage: an Anthology of Sacred Folk Songs from Many Nations, Collected and Edited by Clarence and Helen A. Dickinson. Carol Bayard, soprano; Vivian Champier, alto; Howard Fried, tenor; Fred Jones, bass; Mina Belle Packer, pianist; Garry Schauer, shofar and trumpet; Katie Van Black, recorder; Narrated by Clarence Dickinson; Introduction by the Rev. George Litch Knight. A LIRS Classic limited edition, F-7523. Produced by the H.W. Gray Company in association with Long Island Recording Studios, n.d. 331/3 rpm. Microgroove.

      • Side 1: The Shofar is Sounded – Bow Down Thine Ear – Shepherds on This Hill – Kyrie – What a Wonder.
      • Side 2: Now Christ Is Risen – In Joseph’s Lovely Garden – O Nightingale, Awake – Hez! Sire Asnes, Hez! – The Friendly Beasts – Sleep, My Jesus, Sleep – The Shepherd’s Story.
    21. The Storm King Symphony by Clarence Dickinson. Reel-to-Reel tape recording.
    22. The Storm King Symphony, Andante Serioso Berceuse, Joy of the Redeemed. Organ works by Clarence Dickinson and performed by him. 33 1/3 rpm. No recording data available.

      • Side 1: Storm King Symphony: Allegro Maestoso, Intermezzo.
      • Side 2: Andante Serioso – Berceuse – Joy of the Redeemed.
    23. Tribute to Clarence Dickinson by Miss Hazzard at the October 19, 1969 celebration in his honor. Reel-to-Reel tape recording.