The Musical Settings of Kipling's Verse

(Version 57, January 28th 2014)


Brian Mattinson continues to work on his catalogue of the musical settings of Kipling's verse, aiming to make this as complete as possible. So far, over 380 composers are linked with some 320 song titles. Including duplication, the song total is over 830; with instrumental items and theatre/cinema productions, the total number of entries is over 900.

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Click below for the key to the abbreviations used in the table.

Source of verse/idea (from) | Hymns/Song-books | Composer/Tune | Voice/Instrument | Publisher | At | Reference | Index

Title(s) / First Line / Collections/Notes From Composer/Tune Voice/
Instrument
Publisher At Date Ref
A-ROVIN’ (see ‘Lowestoft Boat’)






ABDULLA BULBUL AMEER (see ‘Sons of the Suburbs’) not K words Percy French





"Oh, the sons of the Prophet"
(KJ 270/56)

French, Percy (v pf) private
1877 KJ

'Abdul, the Bulbul Ameer' altered words SSSB
"Ali Baba" v pf B&F Gla 1897 BM

ed C Sandburg av BBC

(v pf) AH&C

BBC
ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR, THE *






NOT played in 'The Puzzler' ('Dolly Grey') A&R
organ-grinder (KJ 122/13)

KJ

Boer War fund-raiser (KJ 244/45, 253/44, 265/39)







1.
Burleigh, Harry Thacker v pf MS av NYPL

DN

2. Difficulties with metre (KJ 11/02) av KSL, BBC. BL
Sullivan, Arthur S Sir v pf Enoch® Lon 1899 KSL

De-luxe facsimile reproduction of original MS av BL

v pf Ridgeway Lon 1899 M-S

Facsimile reproduction of original MS (KJ 267/46)

v pf Pegram

KJ




v ch Boosey NY 1899 SY




v ch Nov Ewer NY 1899 SY

Chorus only

ch Alhambra Lon 1899 SY

3. (see ‘Scenes from Kipling’)
Tate, Phyllis Margaret v pf MS
1975 BM

4. Av CUMB
Thompson, R (v pf) Lyttleton Chr 190- NZL
ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR MARCH, THE
Trio section not in Song

Sullivan, Arthur S Sir pf/bnd Enoch Lon 1899
AFTER THE PROMISE (see 'Triumphant Love')





REV
ALL PATROLS LOOK OUT! (see 'Boy Scouts' Patrol Song')






"ALL THE WORLD OVER, NURSING THEIR SCARS" (see "Pity poor fighting-men")






“ALONE UPON THE HOUSETOPS” (see ‘Love Song of Har Dyal’)






"AN' WHEN THE WAR BEGAN, WE CHASED THE BOLD AFGHAN," (see "Bay'nit an' the Butt")






ANCHOR SONG 'Envoy' from MI SS*






1. “Heh! Walk her round.” borrowed from 'High Barbary'
Bellamy, Peter F v vn MS arr Chris Birch®

R

2. 'Kipling Songs'
Bennett, J S L D Rev ch (acap) MS
ca1920 GT

psn Rev J S L Dampier Bennett above (KJ 06/27)
Dampier, L psm Curwen

M-S

3. AC569 Av BBC, BL
Edmonds, Paul N psm Curwen Lon 1920 GT

4. 'Youthful Tone-works' (PGc)
Grainger, Percy A bar pf MS av BL
1899 SES

MS 1921 av GMus (PG), BL
G6 bar ttbb pf/orch Schott
Chandos ®
Lon 1922
1996
GT
R

BD 0428

vm pf Bardic Ayl 1990 PGS

5. Av BL
Whitehorne, Annie (v pf) Boosey Lon 1897 GT

? mistaken; should be Annie Whitehorne above
Whitehouse, Annie
Boosey

APW
"ANGUTIVAUN TAINA" Returning Inuit seal hunter JB*






1.
Dickson, Gordon R v g private

MSM

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF
ANSWER, THE "A Rose, in tatters on the garden path" SS* Stevens, Mrs D



MU
ANVIL, THE *






1.
Bellamy, Peter F v vn MS®

R

2. 'England's on the anvil' US20 av BL
Pyke, Dorothy v unis pf S&B Lon 1914 BL
“ASK A P’LICEMAN” Popular song av BBC quoted Sixty Old Time Variety Songs. (KJ 267/48, 268/48) not K not K Durandeau, A E
words E W Rogers
(v pf) FD&H

KJ
ASTROLOGER’S SONG, AN R&F*






1. Concert for re-opening of Naulakha (KJ 271/59)
Setting based on tune 'Foundation' W&SH279, early American melody

Barrand, Tony psm1,2,3 conc pd GHind®
1994 GH

2. "Could be called 'Astrologer's Hymn'" (see 'Merlin's Isle')
Bellamy, Peter F vm ct b vn org Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private
1982 RF

4. Hymn tune 'St Wilfrid' fits MH-B174
(see 'Children's Song' 11/Floyd)

Floyd, Alfred E hymn Novello Lon 1933 BM
“AT THE HOLE WHERE HE WENT IN” (see 'Challenge of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi')






AT TWILIGHT (see 'Rhyme of the Three Sealers')






AULD LANG SYNE "Be welcome to our hearts tonight,"
Boer War fund-raising concert Bloemfontein, Orange Free State and London Widows and Orphans Fund

trad Scottish tune v pf Barlow
1900 DAR
BAA-BAA, BLACK SHEEP: A JUNGLE TALE. {JB Berkeley, Michael opera OUP NY ca1995 NZL

Opera in 3 acts (KJ 267/09) {WWW lib David Malouf av KSL
C&W Lon 1993 KJ



Bradshaw, Susan arr pf redn


NZL

TV film Director Barrie Gavin


BBC
1994 TP
“BACK TO THE ARMY AGAIN” B-RB2*






1. (see ' Widow's Uniform')
Bellamy, Peter F v conc MS®

R

2. Set for SSSB (KJ 277/56) omits v6,7 SS* Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf B&F Gla 1897 M-S

Published separately av KSL, BL


Cramer
Orientis ®
Lon 1898
2004
GT
R
BALLAD OF EAST AND WEST, THE B-RB* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® RF
BALLAD OF FISHER’S BOARDING HOUSE, THE (see 'Fisher's Boarding House')






BALLAD OF MINEPIT SHAW, THE (see 'Oak, Ash & Thorn') American style DW Bellamy, Peter F vm g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM
BALLAD OF THE “BOLIVAR”, THE B-RB* Grainger, Percy A chtb orch banjos MS unf av BL
1901 GT

"Seven men from all the world"

pf roll MS av GMus
1918 PG

Parodied by Totnes schoolboys' song 'Bulliver' (KJ 227/25)


(KJ 227/25)

KJ
BALLAD OF THE “CLAMPHERDOWN”, THE B-RB*






1. Cantata Deliberate skit but treated seriously av BL
Bridge, J Frederick Sir ch orch Novello Lon 1899 PB

2.
Grainger, Percy A v pf/orch MS unf av BMus
1899 SES




bar ww br str MS unf av BMus
1899 PG

3. (see 'Norman and Saxon')
Longcor, Michael v g kb Firebird®
1995® FAM
BANDAR-LOG, THE Symphonic Poem (see ‘Jungle Book’)
Koechlin, Charles




BANG UPON THE BIG DRUM (see "Bay'nit and the Butt")







Soldiers' song quoted Kipling ((KJ 178/06) PTftH/ Neville, P v Rose Bom 1879/89 KJ

'Songs and Music of the Redcoats' LH
v band Argo® Argos 1971 BM
"BANQUET NIGHT" liked by Kipling D&C* Pett, Eustace Marcia Pomposo


MW
BARRACK BALLAD (see “Follow Me ‘Ome”)






BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS (see individual songs KJ 255/03)
Bellamy, Peter F



KJ

Publication (Times 3.10.91) delayed by copyright trouble




1975 PB

'Bill 'Awkins' B-RB2

Linnet®
1976 BM

'Cells' B-RB1

Reed®
1977 BM

'Danny Deever' B-RB1






'Gunga Din' B-RB1






'Loot' B-RB1






'Mandalay' B-RB1






'Shillin' a Day' B-RB1






'Soldier, Soldier' B-RB1






'Tommy' B-RB1






'Troopin'' B-RB1






'Widow at Windsor' B-RB1






'Widow's Party' B-RB1





BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS First Series Op 24 (published in one volume, also separately; see individual songs KJ 277/55) av BL







1. 'Young British Soldier' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}Sheard Lon 1892 SY

2. 'Mandalay' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}W-SM Bos 1892 SY

3. ' Route Marchin’ B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}Darewski Lon 1892 SY

4. 'Soldier, Soldier' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}



5. ' Fuzzy-Wuzzy' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}



6. 'Tommy' B-RB1 Carmichael, Mary G
}



'Mandalay Waltz'
Beverley, Bewick arr (see2)
}


BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS Second Series Op 26 (published in one volume, also separately; see individual songs KJ 277/55) av BL 'Even more successful than First Series - Dibdin of the Army'







1. 'To T.A.' Dedication as Prelude to B-RB B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}Sheard Lon 1893 SY

2. 'Troopin' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}W-SM Bos 1893 SY

3. 'Ford o’ Kabul River' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}Darewski Lon 1893 SY

4. 'Danny Deever' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}



5. 'Shillin’ a Day' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}



6. 'Cells' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}



7. 'Widow at Windsor' B-RB1 Sutherland, Gordon
}



'Mandalay Waltz'
Beverley, Bewick arr
}


BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS Third Series Op 29 (published in one volume, also separately; see individual songs KJ 277/55) av BL





BM

'Young British Soldier', 'Mandalay', ' Route Marchin’, 'Soldier, Soldier', 'Tommy' (Carmichael), ' Fuzzy-Wuzzy', 'Danny Deever'







'Troopin', 'Ford o’ Kabul River', 'Cells'







1. 'Belts' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}Sheard Lon 1897 SY

2. 'Widow’s Party' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}W-SM Bos 1897 SY

3. 'Screw-Guns' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}Darewski Lon 1897 SY

4. 'Gunga Din' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}



5. 'Oonts' B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}



6. "Snarleyow" B-RB1 Cobb, Gerard Francis
}


BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS, "GRAND SELECTION"
Cobb, Gerard Francis pf or pfdu


BM

'Young British Soldier', 'Mandalay', 'Route Marchin’, 'Soldier, Soldier', 'Tommy' (Carmichael), 'Fuzzy-Wuzzy', 'Danny Deever', 'Troopin', 'Ford o’ Kabul River', 'Cells'






BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS Arthur Whiting Series (also separately: see individual songs)







1. 'Danny Deever' B-RB1 Whiting, Arthur
}SchirmerG NY 1900 SY

2. 'Mandalay' B-RB1 Whiting, Arthur
}



3. 'Soldier, Soldier' B-RB1 Whiting, Arthur
}



4. 'Fuzzy-Wuzzy' B-RB1 Whiting, Arthur
}


BARRACK ROOM BALLADS av BL (see individual songs)


Darewski Lon 1936 BL

1. 'On the Road to Mandalay'
Hedgcock, Walter W





2. 'Gunga Din'
Cobb, Gerard Francis





3. 'Tommy'
Carmichael, Mary G





4. 'Route Marchin' '
Cobb, Gerard Francis





5. 'Young British Soldier'
Cobb, Gerard Francis





6. 'Danny Deever'
Cobb, Gerard Francis




BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS, THREE (see individual songs)
Grainger, Percy A v pf MS av BL?

TB

1. ‘Soldier, Soldier’ B-RB1

MS designated No1

PG

2. ‘Widow’s Party’ B-RB1
}intended grouping questioned


PG

3. ‘Young British Soldier’ B-RB1
}




'Mandalay' B-RB1
?No2 of planned group not completed


PG
BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS, TWELVE (see individual songs) Publication not permitted
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT

1 'Cells', 2 ‘Young British Soldier’, 3 'Soldier Soldier', 4 'Widow at Windsor', 5 'Belts', 6 'Widow's Party', 7 'Danny Deever', 8 "Snarleyow", 9 'Tommy', 10 'Shillin' a Day', 11 'Gunga Din', 12 'Route Marchin''






BASHING THR BALROG (see 'Dane-Geld')







Parody by Bob Kanevsky not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 8 Cal 1989 BM
BATISSEURS DE PONTS, LES 'Bridge-Builders'
Ballet based on Kipling Interrupted by outbreak of WW2
DW Delage, Maurice Charles
MS overture only
1914 GT
"BAY'NIT AN' THE BUTT, THE" (see 'Soldiers Three') PTftH Verse headings 'Three Musketeers' (1), 'Taking of Lungtungpen'* (2)





"An' when the war began, we chased the bold Afghan,"
Bellamy, Peter F v ch MS®

PB

(1) see 'Bang upon the Big Drum' part of (2), hence title
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM
"BE WELCOME TO OUR HEARTS TONIGHT " (see 'Auld Lang Syne')






“BE WELL ASSURED” (see ‘Song in Storm’)






BEACHES OF LUKANNON, THE (see “Lukannon”)






"BECAUSE I SOUGHT IT FAR FROM MEN," (see "We meet in an evil land")






BEE-BOY’S SONG, THE (see ‘Merlin’s Isle’) PoPH* Bellamy, Peter F vm vn Robbins® Lon 1972 GT
BEGINNING OF THE ARMADILLOES, THE (see 'Rolling Down to Rio')






BELL BUOY, THE FN* Campbell, D D H (v pf) West Lon 1920 PU
BELTS B-RB1*






1. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads‘ Third Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1897
2004
GT
R

2. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 5/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT
BERCEUSE PHOQUE (see "Oh! Hush thee, my baby", 'Jungle Book')






BETROTHED, THE DD* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® RF
“BEYOND THE PATH OF THE OUTMOST SUN” (see 'Dedication to Wolcott Balestier))






BIG STEAMERS HofE* fits folk tune 'The Cutty Wren' (Peasants' Revolt 1381)



BM

1.
Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

2. Op 7 av BL
Besly, Edward Maurice (v pf) Novello Lon 1919 BL

3. Teacher's World 19.6.18 (SES) (KJ 254/28)
Elgar, Edward Sir v pf Metzler Lon 1918 GT



(Higgins, Tom arr) bar qt Somm®
2009 KS

4. Av BL
German, Edward Sir b pf Metzler
Lewins®
Lon 1911
1999
PU
KJ



(Higgins, Tom arr) b orch Somm®
2009 KS

CSF Vol 1 av BBC

v pf Cramer Lon 1986 BM

(KJ 298/43)
arr ps2,4


KJ

5. Trad tune 'Cutty Wren'
Wood, Heather arr v

ca1977 BM
BILL ‘AWKINS B-RB2*






1. Music Hall (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads', 'Soldiers Three', ' Widow's Uniform')
Bellamy, Peter F ps2 MS arr Chris Birch®

R

2.
Ward-Higgs, William (v pf) Sheard Lon 1906 GT
‘BIRDS OF PREY’ MARCH B-RB2* fits tune 'Cheer Boys Cheer' (Crimean war song)





1. Probably Rev. J S L Dampier Bennett av BL
Dampier, L psn (BL) (v pf) P&P Lon 1900 GT

2. (see 'Undertaker's Horse')
Fish, Leslie v g ch3 Centaur® Cal 1985® R
BISESA’S SONG (see ‘Love Song of Har Dyal’)






BLESS YOU, BOBS av BL
for Lord Roberts' return from South Africa, words by T.M.W. after Kipling "Here's our duty and good luck, Soldier Bobs"

Zavertal, Ladislav ch Boosey Lon 1902? BL
BLUE ROSES LtF*






1. av BL
Bedford, Agnes (v pf) Boosey Lon 1915 PB

2. ‘Misunderstood’
Bellamy, Peter F v g MS arr Chris Birch®

R

3. av BL
Phillips, A J ps satb Vincent Lon 1910 BL
"BOBS" (see 'Bless you, Bobs' - not the same)






BOMBAY DUCKLING Theme TV show 'Kipling' av BL
Harris, Max inst Wright Lon 1964 MW
BONFIRES, THE * Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF
BOOTS ‘Infantry Columns’ FN* linked with tune 'John Brown's Body'





1.
Felman, Hazel H S (v pf) Gamble Chi 1916 GT

2. (see 'Undertaker's Horse')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1965/85 RF

3.
Flagler, Robert S ch (acap?) FlammerH NY 1936 GT

4. Peter Dawson Appreciation Society (KJ 230/38) av BBC.BL
McCall, J Peter psn v pf Swan Lon 1928 BM

Peter Dawson his most popular composition endorsed Kipling

v orch/pf HMV®
1929-58 PD

av BBC
Tomlinson, Ernest arr ttbb pf Swan Lon 1952 BBC

5. av BL
Sousa, John Phillip (v pf) HFD&H NY 1916 GT

Parodies (see 'Orcs', 'Tags')






BOY SCOUTS' PATROL SONG, A for Baden-Powell 'All Patrols look out!' (see 'Chorus March of the Boy Scouts' , 'Explorer', 'Four Way Lodge') * to tune 'A life on the ocean wave' by Henry Russell


1909 CC
BRICKLAYER AND THE SHIPWRIGHT, THE (see 'Truthful Song')






BRIDGE=BUILDERS, THE (see 'Batisseurs de Ponts')






BRIDGE-GUARD IN THE KARROO (see 'Undertaker's horse') FN* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF
BRITISH-ROMAN SONG, A (see 'Songs of a Roman Legion') PoPH* Ferrers, Herbert bar chm orch Boosey Lon 1937 BL
BROOKLAND ROAD “I was very well pleased” R&F*






1. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2.
Dowling, Keith vm melody only MS h/w

BM

3. ‘Brookland Road’ (KJ 281/60) av BL
Shaw, Martin Fallas bar pf Curwen Lon 1919 GT

4. 'Brooklandsvagen' tr Swedish Andersson
Andersson, Dan v g

1920s LL

Folk singer Thorstein Bergman


®
1967 BM
"BROWN BESS" (see 'Norman and Saxon') HofE* fits Morris Dance tune 'Swaggering Boney' Longcor, Michael v kb dr Firebird®
1995® FAM
BUDDHA AT KAMAKURA FN* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
BUTTERFLIES (See 'Solomon and Balkis')
Kaspar's Song in Varda'
T&D*





BUTTERFLY THAT STAMPED, THE (see ‘Solomon and Balkis’)






“BY THE HOOF OF THE WILD GOAT” (See 'Fall of the Stone')






CAIN AND ABEL * Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
CAMEL’S HUMP, THE JSS*






1. Shortened Commisioned Farnham Festival
Ayres, Paul chy pf perc

2007 BM

2.
Berger, Jean satb acap Tetra NY 1971 GT

3. (see ‘Just So Song Book’)
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM Lon 1903 BM





Gray NY 1911 SY




vl/med/h pf Novello
Lewins®
Lon 1911
1999
BM
KJ




ch2 Gray NY 1911 GT




ch4 Gray NY 1926 GT

2-PS 229 for Female or Boys’ voices

ps2 Novello Lon 1926 M-S

PSB 2nd Series 1432

ps4 Novello Lon 1926 M-S



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947

4. (see 'Just So Stories' Red Table)






CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS MGM film music
Waxman, Franz


1937 MW
CAROL, A
“Our Lord Who did the Ox command”
R&F* fits trad tune 'Winchester Old' "While shepherds watched"





1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle') "Who shall judge the Lord?" trad 'The Seven Joys of Mary' "good sirs"="good man"
Bellamy, Peter F arr vm acap Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2. 'Lincolnshire Carol'
Black, Fergus satb acap

2005 Web

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

4. CMisc 72 av BL
Mullinar, Michael ch satb pf/org Boosey Lon 1920 PU
CAVALRY HORSES
'Parade-Song of the Camp Animals'
JB* fits tune/refers to 'Bonnie Dundee'




CELLS “I’ve a head like a concertina,” B-RB1*






1. Music Hall tune by George Lashwood (see B-R Ballads)
Bellamy, Peter F arr ps2 MS®

GT

“drunk and resisting the Guard” (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody part v 1 only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Second Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1893
2004
GT
R

3. Swan edition 64 (KJ 230/38 PDS) av BBC, BL
McCall, J Petter psn v pf Swan Lon 1930 GT

® Peter Dawson

v (ch) orch/pf HMV®
1930-42® PD

4. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 1/12 Folk CD
Winsor, Martin bar g Disky®
1969/70 DT
CENTURION'S SONG, THE (see 'Roman Centurion's Song')






CHALLENGE OF RIKKI-TIKKI-TAVI, THE
'At the hole where he went in' ? Two Choruses' av BL
JB* Hatch, Homer Barnes chm4 acap SchirmerG NY 1915 GT
CHANGELINGS, THE D&C* Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF
CHANSON DE NUIT (see 'Night Song in the Jungle')






CHANSON DU CHAT Vocal works
'The Cat that Walked by Himself' Prose setting "One evening Bat said … my time has come." tr Louis Fabulet, Robert d'Humières
JSS Alain, Jehan Ariste v pf Leduc
1936 BM
CHANSON DU COLONEL, Quoted from 'Hill of Illusion'
from comic operetta 'La Femme à Papa'
not K Hervé psn Ronger, F vf pf Choudens Par 1880 DP
CHANT DE KALA NAG (see 'Song of Kala Nag')






CHIL LE VAUTOUR (see 'Chil's Song')






CHIL'S SONG 'Red Dog' JB*

Sénart Par 1935 GT

1. 'Chil le Vautour' with intro (see ' Jungle, Trois Chants')
Delage, Maurice Charles v pf
v orch



NG

2. "These wer my companions"
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

3. 'Chil le Vautour' (see 'Jungle, les Chants de la')
d'Udine, Jean v pf Leduc Par 1907 BM
CHILDREN’S SONG, THE “Land of our birth,” 8v PoPH*

MS®



1. av BL
Agassiz, Edward hymn Weekes Lon 1913 BL

2. CH 647 tune ‘Jubilee’
Ames, Phillip (v org) Milford Lon 1929 GT

3. ‘Invocation’ in Junior Laurel Songs
Armitage, Marie T arr v pf Birchard Bos 1916 GT

4. NC 58
Balmires, B ch (pf)
Lon 1898 GT

5. HUCC513 tune ‘Pentecost’
Boyd, William hymn UCPH Tor
BM

see 9 below
Brahms,Johannes





6.
Chanter, R J C v unis pf Curwen Lon 1910 GT

7. Children’s Newspaper
Crompton, G L hymn
Lon <1932 GT

8. Book of Songs melody by J S Bach
Davison et al arr vch unis pf; ps SchirmerE NY 1924 GT

9. Melody from Brahms’ 4th Symphony
Diack, J Michael v unis pf FischerC NY <1932 GT

Lyric Collection of Choral Music, Secular No 1740 av BL


Paterson Lon 1938 BL

10. Tune 'Rivaulx' A&M164 "Father of Heav'n"Possible patternL.M.8888 ex v1 (see'Recessional' 17)
Commemoration Service, Burwash 26th January 2006

Dykes, John Bacchus hymn Clowes Lon 1866 BM

11. MH-B 899 tune “Land of Our Birth”
Floyd, Alfred E hymn Novello Lon 1933 BM

12. Av BL
Gaccon, J A (v pf) SchirmerG Bos 1913 GT

13. New Universal Sch Mus Series, Art Songs & Part Songs
Gartlan, George v unac HH&E NY 1935 GT

14.
Gore, W C v unis pf; satb pf Novello Lon <1932 GT

15. Ware Grammar School for Girls now Presdales School
Govier, Nelson v unis pf MS®
ca1910 BM

16. Comp United School Festival Weybridge Empire Day 1908
Harris, G Percy ch2 (pf) Novello Lon 1909 SY

Kidderminster High School for Girls av BL omits v3,5

sa pf Vincent Lon 1909 SY

17. ASB
Lawrence, C H arr (v pf) Ginn Bos
GT

18. av BL
Mainzer, Joseph hymn Curwen Lon 1908 SY

19. Doctoral composition Ohio State University
Martin, Michael chm br ww

2013 BM

20. US101
Miles, J B v unis pf Curwen Lon 1916 GT

21. SofP 25 tune 'Richard' different words (see 28 below)
Owen, Morfydd L hymn Milford Lon 1918 SY

22. Progressive Music Series Book 4
Parker, Horatio v pf Silver NY 1920 GT

23. Emanuel School, Wandsworth Common (KJ 8/16)
Ryley, Harold B v unis pf KJ
1912 KJ

24. Publisher has no record of work
Statham, F B hymn Novello Lon 1910 GT

25. Song of Thanksgiving' av Banks
Vaughan Williams, R s sp satb orch OUP Lon 1945 GT




v pf OUP
1946 GF

Thanksgiving for Victory' av BL

v unis opt desc str pf OUP Lon 1946 GT




ssa pf; ssa orch OUP Lon 1950 GT

26. Not traced (KJ 06/26) For Empire Day av BL
White, Mary Louisa v unis Novello Lon 1913 BL

27. OCS 33 av BL
Whittaker, W G unis pf OUP Lon 1925 SY

28. M-S Probably misread as L G Winter Riley by SY, GT av BL
Winter, Leonard Geo ps4 Novello Lon 1914 M-S

29. C&SH 128 tune ‘Truro”
anon hymn SPCK Lon
SY

PSHB 292 “Father in heaven” 6v tune ‘Truro’
Psalmodica Evangelica 1790 Novello Lon
BM

CH446 tune 'Truro' melody from Williams'
Psalmodica Evangelica 1789 OUP Lon 1973 BM

30. SofP 488, for Children 148 tune ’Llangollen’
Welsh melody hymn OUP Lon 1931.3 BM
CHINA-GOING P. & O.'s







1. (see 'Riddle')







2. (see 'Just So Stories' Red Table)






CHOLERA CAMP B-RB2*






1. (see 'Soldiers Three')
Bellamy, Peter F v conc MS®

PB

v1 chorus, v2 only "Since August when we started"
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2.
Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
CHORUS MARCH OF THE BOY SCOUTS av BL
"These are our regulations" (see 'Boy Scouts' Patrol Song')
[?] Maccreary, Alfred E J ch Weekes Lon 1910 BL
CHRISTMAS IN INDIA First Kipling setting by Fish DD* Fish, Leslie v g live®
1989® RF
“CITIES AND THRONES AND POWERS” PoPH*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

2. Choirbook for the Queen Diamond Jubilee
Goehr, Alexander satb pf Schott Lon 2011 BM

3. (see 'Songs') av BBC. BL
Hely-Hutchinson, C V v pf Elkin Lon 1937 GT
CITY OF SLEEP, THE 'Brushwood Boy' DW*






1. Completed for Brian Mattinson
Bachlund, Gary vl pf

2011 Web

2.. “Over the edge of the purple down” 'Merciful Town' av BL
Bradford, Humphrey N (v pf) Forsyth Lon 1902 GT

3. “Over the edge of the purple down” av BL
Elliott, Muriel (v pf) Williams Lon 1902 GT

4. ‘Merciful Town’ Youthful Tone-Works
Grainger, Percy A vmed ch unis pf MS unf av GMus
1899 GT

Thematic material in 'Fisher's Boarding House' BD 0317
(Ould, Barry Peter ed) v pf Bardic
Chandos®
Ayl 1995
1996
PGS
R

5.
Kernochan, Marshall (v pf) SchirmerG Bos 1908 GT






NY 1908 PU

6.
Little, Arthur Reginald (v pf) SchirmerG NY <1940 GT

av BL

(v pf) Wa-Wan N-C 1905 PU

7. Five Songs> No3 av BL
Rogers, Milton Avery (v pf) Boston Bos 1920 PU
COASTWISE LIGHTS, THE (see ‘Song of the English’) SS*






1. CHB 1100 av BL
Bantock, Granville Sir ch (acap) Curwen Lon 1919 GT

2. Probably Rev J S L Dampier Bennett
Bennett, J S L D Rev (v pf) MS
<1932 GT

3. (see ‘Songs of the English’)
Boughton, Rutland bar orch pf MS
Dutton®

1901
2007
GT
R

(KJ 06/27, 26/47 see 2 above)
Dampier, L
Curwen

M-S
CODE OF MORALS, A DD* Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
COINER, THE Tunes suggested by Kipling L&R* Bellamy, Peter F v vn MS arr Chris Birch®

R

Sung by unlearned (KJ 233/60)
tune‘King John and the Abbot of Canterbury’



KJ

Sung by learned (KJ 233/60)
tune‘Tempest-a-brewing’



KJ
COLD IRON R&F*






1. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2. Title first Fish Kipling Album (see individual songs)
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
CUCKOO SONG Heading Ch4 HM*





1. ‘Heffle Cuckoo Fair’
Bellamy, Peter F 2vm vf MS arr Chris Birch®

R

2.
Finlayson, Barbara v pf MS av VUW
1958 GT

3. (see 'Songs') av BBC, BL
Hely-Hutchinson, C V vh pf Elkin Lon 1937 GT

4. ‘Heffle Cuckoo Fair’ av BBC, BL
Shaw, Martin Fallas bar pf Curwen Lon 1919 GT

First Book of Soprano Solos
(Boytim. Joan Frey ed) s pf SchirmerG Milw 1991 BM

5. First Album 'An Impeccable Shine'
Shore, J R v pf mnd uk bg ®
2008 KS
DANE-GELD HofE*






1. (see 'Undertaker's Horse')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF

2. (KJ 298/42) 'What "Dane-Geld" Means' av BL
German, Edward Sir v pf Metzler
Lewins®
Lon 1911
1999
PU
KJ

3. Albums 'Lovers, Heroes & Rogues', 'Norman and Saxon'
Longcor, Michael v g cl eb/kb Centaur® Cal 1988® FAM

Parodies (see 'Bashing the Balrog', 'Danegeld II', 'Lesser of Evils', 'Pain-Geld', 'Teddy Bears', 'Dane-Geld', 'Temptation')






DANEGELD II (see 'Dane-Geld') Parody by Lee Gold not K Fish, Leslie ad v g Xeno 26 Cal 1999 BM
DANNY DEEVER (KJ 228/27) First of the Barrack-room Ballads. Question and answer ballad, unusual unless related old folk form.Tune (?4) played by Campanile UC Berkeley end spring semester 1930-1960s B-RB1* linked bawdy army song 'Barnacle ("Bollocky") Bill the Sailor'



PB

1. 'Songs of War' No 6 YR 1539
Bachlund, Gary bar pf YR
2004 Web

2. Trad 'Lord Derwent Water's Farewell' (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads', 'Widow's Uniform')
Bellamy, Peter F arr v conc MS®

R

v1 and chorus only (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

3. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Second Series) av KSL, BBC
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard Lon 1893 SY





W-SM
Orientis®
Bos 1893
2004
DAR
R

4. Powerful "Teddy Roosevelt's favourite song" (MH)
Damrosch, Walter v ch (pf?) Church Cin 1897 SY

® cylinder Marcus Kellerman, Asrthur Middleton


Edison®
1911-17 UC




bar orch Victor®
1915 NJ

® Peter Dawson HMV 1936 av BBC

v orch Presser® Ph 1930 SY

5.
Dixon, Harold (v pf) Mills NY 1927 SY





Wright Lon 1927 SY

6. (see 'Undertaker's horse')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur®
1985® RF

7.
Grainger, Percy A chm bnd MS av GMus
1903,7 PG

MS av GNY 1903,22 (PG) av BL
G12 bar ttbb(b) pf/orch Schott® Lon 1924 GT

ed Barry P Ould PGS


Chandos®
1998 R

8. Movement from 3rd Symphony
Lokshin bar chm orch


MW

9.
Nevin, Ethelbert W (v pf) MS
<1901 GT

10.
Ward-Higgs, William v ch (pf?) Sheard Lon 1906 SY

11. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’)
Whiting, Arthur B bar pf SchirmerG NY 1900,1 NG

12. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 7/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT

Parodies (see 'We're Singing Rudyard Kipling at the Circle', 'They're Singing "Banned from Argo"')






DAWN (see ‘Jungle Book’, Impressions from the')






DAWN WIND, THE HofE*






1. MS av WSRO
Burt, Michael
MS Ind
KS

2.
Finlayson, Barbara s pf MS av VUW
1958 GT

3. (see ‘Kipling Songs, Three’) av BL
Green, Charles A F v pf Schott Lon 1923 AW
“DAYSPRING MISHANDLED” (see ‘Gertrude’s Prayer’)






DEAD STATESMAN, A 'Evidence of Things Not Seen'
No 17 in collection of 36 songs

Rorem, Ned t pf Boosey
1999 Web
DEATH-BED, A Medley with 'Winners' (see 'Cold Iron') YB* Fish Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
DEDICATION TO 'THE LIGHT THAT FAILED' (see ‘Mother O’ Mine’)






DEDICATION TO WOLCOTT BALESTIER B-RB* Grainger, Percy A orch MS unf
1901 GT

Originally 'Blind Bug' revised "Beyond the path of the outmost sun"

t pf MS
1901 SES

Youthful Tone-Works 'perhaps Kipling's finest thing in a way' (PAG)

ct t2 bar b2 org MS unf av GMus
1901-2 PG
DEEP-SEA CABLES, THE (see ‘Songs of the English’) SS* Boughton, Rutland bar orch pf MS
1901 GT
DEPARTURE, A L&ST* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® RF
DERELICT, THE SS* Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF
DISCIPLE, THE ("The Church that was at Antioch") (see 'Our Fathers of Old') L&R* Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF
DRUMS OF THE FORE AND AFT, THE WWW Linked with tune ‘The British Grenadiers’





1. Drummer boy feature in musical comedy 'The Antelope'
Felix, Hugo v dr

1908 MW

2. Short story ad Clement Scott av BBC
Molloy, James L (v pf) Boosey Lon 1897 SY
“DRUNK AND RESISTING THE GUARD” (see ‘Cells’)






DUTCH IN THE MEDWAY, THE HofE* fits Copper family tune





1.
Bellamy, Peter F ps2 MS®

R

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
E-MAIL OF THE SPECIOUS (see 'Female of the Species') Parody by Tom Holt not K






Parody by Tom Holt
Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 61 Cal
BM
EASTERN INTERMEZZO Middle portion inspired by JB Grainger, Percy A orch dr MS
1899 PGc

dance of elephants in 'Toomai of the Elephants'

pf SchirmerG
Nimbus®

1922 PGc

Room-Music Tit-Bits No 5

2pf4h SchirmerG
1922 PGc

1933

perc ensemble Bardic Ayl
PGC

4th movement of Youthful Suite

orch/pic br perc hp pf Schott®
1950 PGc



(Warshaw arr) band Bardic Ayl
AW
‘EATHEN, THE B-RB2* Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
EDDI’S SERVICE R&F*






1. "Eddi of Manhood End" as if a folk song. For David Paul Anthony Mattinson
Bachlund, Gary b pf
Ber 2011 Web

2. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle of Gramarye’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm acap Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

3. (KJ 277/54)
Mattinson, Brian J H b fl ob cl bs MS av KSL
1995 BM

(KJ 310/53)

b pf arr MS av KSL, KCL®
2003 BM
EDEN ROSE, THE (? See 'Answer') [?] Foote, Arthur William (v pf) Schmidt Lon 1897 SY

(not from 'Garden of Eden' SoG, Nurse Eden in 'Mary Postgate' DofC)



Bos 1892 GT
EGG-SHELL,THE “The wind took off” T&D*






1. See'Songs' av BL
Mann, James Saumarez (v pf) G&T Lon 1923 BL

2. av BL
Shaw, Martin Fallas bar/hv pf Curwen Lon 1919 GT
ELEPHANT BOY United Artists film music
Greenwood, John


1937 MW
ELEPHANT'S CHILD, THE JSS






1. Children's music-drama av BL not K Gracie, Jean v pf perc Universal Lon ca1986 MW

2. Words Jim Woodhouse not K Llewellyn, David



BM
ELEPHANT’S DANCE (see 'Eastern Intermezzo', ‘Jungle Book, Impressions from the')






ELEPHANTS OF THE GUN-TEAMS
'Parade Song of the Camp Animals'
JB* fits tune/similar first line words 'The British Grenadiers'




EN-DOR YB*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F v vn MS®

R

2. Modal setting
Coulson, Juanita v g


BM

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
ENGLAND’S ANSWER (see ‘Song of the English’) SS*






1. Cantata/Ballad 'Song of the English' av BL
Bridge, J Frederick Sir bar ch orch Novello Lon 1911 GT

2. "Truly ye come of The Blood" May Catlin (AL) av BL
Hunt, Raymond psn (v pf) Boosey Lon 1897 GT
ENGLAND'S ON THE ANVIL (see 'Anvil')






ENGLISH, THE (see 'Puzzler')






ENGLISH FLAG, THE (see "Flag of England")






ENVOI TO 'BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS', L' (see 'Long Trail')






ENVOI TO 'LIFE'S HANDICAP', (see 'My New-cut Ashlar')






ENVOI TO 'THE SEVEN SEAS', L' (see 'When earth's last picture is painted')






ENVOI,L' (see 'Long Trail', 'Scenes from Kipling', 'When earth's last picture is painted')






ENVOY (see 'Anchor Song')






EPITAPHS OF THE WAR - A SON "My son was killed" (see 'Torn Fields')






EXPLORER, THE quoted 'Scouts on Safari' - D Harwood FN* Fish, Leslie v g live®
1986® RF
“FAIR IS OUR LOT “ (see ‘Song of the English’)






FAIRIES' SIEGE, THE Enlarged from Kim*






1.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF

2. (see 'Norman and Saxon')
Longcor, Michael v g mnd Firebird®
1995® FAM

3.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
FALL OF THE STONE, THE (see ‘Jungle Book’ ) PTfH* Grainger, Percy A ch str br ww MS av GMus
1901-4 PG

1904 scoring slightly revised in 1923 (PG) av BL
G16 ch 10+inst/pf Schott
Hyperion®
Lon 1924
1996
SY
R
FAREWELL AND ADIEU (see 'Farewell Greenwich Ladies')






FAREWELL GREENWICH LADIES Collected as SW Phillips, F B
roneo

MU

"Farewell and adieu to you, Harwich Ladies" 'Fringes of the Fleet' 'Submarines 1'
based on Somerset sea shanty 'Spanish Ladies' sung by the Nilghai in LtF Canadian variant "We'll rant and we'll roar".
*





“FATE’S DISCOURTESY” (see ‘Song in Storm’)






“FATHER IN HEAVEN” (see ‘Children’s Song')






FEET OF THE YOUNG MEN, THE ( see "Four-way Lodge")






FEMALE OF THE SPECIES, THE
(see 'Our Fathers of Old', parody 'E-mail of the Specious')
YB* Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF
FEMALE OF THE SPECIES, THE
"A thousand thundering thrills await me"
Includes famous line. Liverpool band 'Space' "catapulted to a whole new audience" UK Top 40 3 months
not K Space'




FIRES, THE ‘Tolerance’ av BBC No 59/114 Songs SoM* Ives, Charles Edward v pf SchirmerG® NY 1921 GT

Orchestral piece (see 'Lecture') ad v7 "How can I turn from any fire," quotation in Yale lecture






FIRST CHANTEY, THE SS*






1. (see 'Our Fathers of Old')
Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF

2. Youthful Tone-Works
Grainger, Percy A v pf MS unf av GMus
1899 GT

Incomplete MS considered for publication late 1940's

t/bar br MS unf av GMus
1903 PG

BD 0106

v pf Bardic Ayl 1997 PGS
“FIRST FRIEND, THE” (see ‘Just So Song Book’) JSS* German, Edward Sir v pf MacM® Lon 1903 BM

“Pussy can sit by the fire and sing”


Gray NY 1904 SY

‘Cat that Walked by Himself’


Novello
Lewins®
Lon 1923
1999
PU
KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT
FISHER'S BOARDING HOUSE Youthful Tone-Works DD*






1. 'Ballad of Fisher's Boarding House'
Fish, Leslie v g live®
1989® RF

2.Youthful Tone-Works
Grainger, Percy A orch MS
1899 GT

(inspired by 'Ballad of Fisher's Boarding House'; see'City of Sleep')


Bardic
Chandos®
Ayl
AW
R
FIVE BOB AND SEVEN A DAY
“It’s a nasty wet day"
Gunner Songs and Poems No 7
[?]B-RB tune “We’ll all go Hunting Today” vm chm pf Gunner
1960 BM
"FLAG OF ENGLAND, THE" ‘English Flag’ (KJ 254/26) av BBC, BL
Bridge, J Frederick Sir s ch orch NovEw Lon 1897 GT
FLOWERS, THE v1 only SS* Spackman, C Roy ch ssa pf MS av NZL
19-- NZL
“FOLLOW ME ‘OME” “There was no one like ‘im,” B-RB2* part fits 'Dead March' by Handel



CC

1. ‘Barrack Ballad’ av BL
Bell, Maurice v pf NovEw Lon 1897 GT





Boosey NY 1909 SY

2.
Bellamy, Peter F ps2 conc vn dr MS arr Chris Birch®

R

v1 only, changed slightly (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only

BM

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private

LF

4.
Shelley, Harry Rowe
MS av NYPL

DN

5. ® Peter Dawson HMV 1920/27
Ward-Higgs, William v orch/pf Darewski Lon 1906 SY




(v pf) Sheard Lon 1906 SY

6. 'Last Post' to be played on bugle at beginning and end
? v
Aber
GF
“FOR ALL WE HAVE AND ARE” "The Hun is at the gate!" YB*






1. Choral scenes: Western Front: World War I
Gifford, Helen ch satb orch AMC NSW 2000 NZL

2.
Parry, C H H Sir (v pf?) unis MS
1916 NG
“FOR OUR WHITE AND OUR EXCELLENT NIGHTS” (see 'Red Dog')






“FOR TO ADMIRE” For SSSB (KJ 277/56) omits v5 SS/B-RB2* Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf B&F
Orientis®
Gla 1897
2004
M-S
R
FORD O' KABUL RIVER B-RB1* refrain echoes "Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are marching" (KJ 233/62)





1. (see 'Sodliers Three', 'Widow's Uniform')
Bellamy, Peter F arr v vn MS Arr Chris Birch®

R

v1 only "Kabul town's by Kabul river"
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. Arr sung by Juanita Coulson
Clark, Ernie v g


BM

3. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Second Series) v1,3,4,6
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard Lon 1893 SY





W-SM Bos 1893 DAR





Orientis®
2004 R

4. Refrain in The Moon of Other Days by M M Kaye
? melody only H&S Lon 1988 BM
"FOUR-WAY LODGE, THE" "Now the Four-way…"
Two Songs No2 av BL Quoted on cover of Boy Scouts Association "Gilwell" Note Book
FN* Bingham, Seth bar pf SchirmerG NY 1909 SY
FOX-HUNTING (KJ 294/49)
fits tune ‘Vicar of Bray’



KJ
FRANKIE’S TRADE R&F*






1. (see 'Oak and Ash and Thorn') Sea Shanty derivative
Bellamy's first Kipling song (KJ 217/36)

Bellamy, Peter F vm g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® RF

3. 'Merchantmen' No3/5 av BL
Wood, Thomas bar ch orch S&B Lon 1934 BL
FREEDOM (see "Rimini") parody by Lee Gold not K Fish, Leslie ad v g Filker 5 Cal 1995 BM
FRINGES OF THE FLEET, THE KJ 254/27 SW Elgar, Edward Sir {bar qt orch
{vl/med pf
Enoch Lon 1916 SY

dedicated to Admiral Lord Beresford av BBC,BL

{vl/med pf

1917 BM

MS av BL 1-4 plus leaf for "Where the East wind is brewed fresh" (see 'North sea patrol')
(also separately; see individual songs)


(Higgins,Tom arr)

bar qt pf

Somm®


2009
BL
KS

1. ‘Lowestoft Boat’ ‘Chanty’ 'Auxiliaries I'







2. ‘Fate’s Discourtesy’ 'Song in Storm’ “Be well assured”







3. ‘Submarines II' “Tin Fish” “Ships destroy us above”







4. ‘Sweepers’ ‘Mine Sweepers’ "Dawn off the Foreland"







5. 'Inside the Bar' added but words Sir Horatio Gilbert Parker not K
bar qt orch

1917 SES

Popular stage 'act' at London Coliseum Jun-Dec 1917
This and successful tour of the provinces (conductor Elgar) halted by Kipling's objection to the way his verse used (KJ 259/60)






WHR
“FUZZY-WUZZY” B-RB1*






1. Av BL
Baas, Alexius psm Gray NY 1929 BL

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ First Series)
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1892
2004
SY
R

® Peter Dawson HMV 1935

v ch orch W-SM Bos 1893 DAR

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® RF

4.
Speaks, Oley (v pf) Church NY 1924 SY

5. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’)
Whiting, Arthur bar pf SchirmerG NY 1900 NG

v1,2,4

bar orch Victor®
1916 NJ
GALLEY-SLAVE, THE Op14 No3 av BL DD* Hoiby, Lee chm4 timp acap SchirmerG NY 1958 BCM
GALLIO'S SONG (see 'Our Fathers of Old') A&R* Fish, Leslie v g Random®
1993® RF
GANGES PILOT, THE Ch8/15 (Macmillan 1891) LtF Grainger, Percy A t/bar pf MS av BL
1899 PG

“I have slipped my cable, messmates, I'm drifting down with the tide,"

Sung by the Nilghai




BD0430

v pf Bardic Ayl 1993 PGS
GEHAZI YB* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
GENERAL SUMMARY, A DD* Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® LF
GENTLEMEN-RANKERS B-RB1*






1. “To the legion of the lost ones”
Bellamy, Peter F v vn MS®

PB

v1 only (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. 'Gentlemen-Menige' 'Samlede Sange'
Grieg, Edvard H v pf Cammer
1907 REC

av BL


Peters
1963 BM

comp 1900 av BBC tr Norwegian Peter M G Rozenkrantz Johnsen, German Hans-Joachim Theill


Peters Fran 1991 BBC

Reprint


Musik
1995 REC

Complete Songs Vol II EG156 chorus not included


Peters Fran 2001 BM

3. Tune Yale University 'Whiffenpoof Song’ YSB
Scull, Guy H?
(Stenzel, K H arr)
(v pf) MS

KHS

Bing Crosby version (KJ 315/33)
(Stenzel K H arr)




GERTRUDE’S PRAYER “Dayspring Mishandled” L&R*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F 2vm vf MS arr Chris Birch®

R

2. Commissioned test-song BP Peter Pears Singing Comp
Crosse, Gordon s/ms/t/bar/b pf OUP Ox 1989 BM

Not published





OUP

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

4. Seven Songs
Roe, Betty s pf Thames Lon 1993 BM
GETHSEMANE YB* fits tune 'Auld lang syne', hymns 'Horsley' ®, Tallis 3rd Mode



BM

1. 'Songs of War' No 5 YR 1539
Bachlund, Gary bar pf YR
2004 Web

2.
Bellamy, Peter F v conc MS®

R

3. Melody based on 'Auld Lang Syne'
Garvey, Mary v private®

BM

4.
McElroy, Robert v g MS
2006 BM
GIFT OF THE SEA, THE B-RB* Garvey, Mary
planned
2001 BM
GIPSY TRAIL, THE *






1.
Chase, Charles A (v pf) Thompson Bos 1922 PU

2.
Galloway, Tod B (v pf) Presser Ph 1904 GT

av BL
(Herrmann, S L arr) psm4 Presser Ph 1911 BL




(v pf) Weekes Lon
PU

v1-6,9-12

bar orch Victor®
1916 NJ

Memory Songs Op 30 No 2 used in film 1918

v pf

1917 SY

® cylinder Arthur Middleton


Edison®
1918 UC




ch

1922 GT

3. (see ‘Songs of Men’)
Mácha, Otmar vl pf MS av SCSKU
1947 GT
GLORY OF THE GARDEN, THE HofE*






1. Omits v3,5
Barratt, Carol ch ssa pf Boosey Lon 1998 PAL

2. Intended dedication Worshipful Company of Gardeners
Moss, 'Katie' E B (v pf) n.t.
1920 WCG
GOATS, PIGS AND BUFFALOES Chapter Headings (see 'Cold Iron') "They killed a child" BMI* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
“GOD OF OUR FATHERS, KNOWN OF OLD,“ (see ‘Recessional’)






"GOOD LUCK SHE IS NEVER A LADY" (see 'Wishing Caps')






“GRAND TRUNK ROAD, THE” (see ‘Route Marchin’)






GRAVE OF THE HUNDRED D(H)EAD, THE DD* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
GREEN EYE OF THE LITTLE YELLOW GOD, THE
‘Mad Carew’ Musical Monologues 62 (KJ 222/41) av BBC words James Milton Hayes - parody
not K Clarke, Cuthbert
Words James Milton Hayes - parody
(v pf) Reynolds Lon 1911 KJ
GUN-BULLOCKS 'Parade-Song of the Camp Animals' JB* fits tune/similar words v2 'The British Grenadiers'




GUNGA DIN B-RB1*






1. Trad 'Maggie May' (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads')
Bellamy, Peter F arr v conc MS®

R

v1,4 incomplete (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Third Series) av KSL, BBC
surprisingly omits v5 with note can be added

Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1897
2004
SY
R

3. Recorded by American baritone
Damrosch, Walter v pf


DN

4.
Dixon, Harold (v pf) Mills NY 1927 SY





Wright Lon 1927 SY

5.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

6. Av BL
Flagler, Robert S bar/b chm4 FlammerH Penn 1927 SY

7. Musical Show 'Three Twins'
Hoschna, Karl L v orch Witmark
1908 R

8. Film inspired by quoted poem - Kipling shown
Newman, Alfred film music RKO
1939 GT

9.
Spross, Chas Gilbert (v pf) Church NY 1925 GT

10.
Tag, Ralph W (v pf) L&B
1923 SY

11. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 11/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT

12. Book of Songs
Wood, Erskine v pf-Thompson, R SchirmerG NY 1922 GT
HADRAMAUTI (see 'Undertaker's Horse') Enlarged from PTftH* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF
HALF-BALLADE OF WATERVAL FN* Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
HARP SONG OF THE DANE WOMEN PoPH*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle') feel of Lyke Wake Dirge
Bellamy, Peter F vf or vm g(=hp) bod Robbins® Lon 1972 PB

2.
Bok, Gordon



BM

3.
Burtch, Mervyn ssa (acap?) MS

GT

4. (see 'Our Fathers of old')
Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF

5. Special Order Edition manuscript copy
Maconchy, Elizabeth v pf Chester

BM

6. Seven Songs>/I>
Roe, Betty s pf Thames Lon 1993 BM

7.
Sobansky


<2000 BM

8. 'Widowmaker'
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS

9. Interlinked with 'Mariners' Song' /words Beddoes av BBC
Williams, Grace Mary ssaattbb 2hn hp MS
1976 BBC

Williams: Choral Works Welsh Music Series


Chandos®
1998 MA
“HAVE YOU NEWS OF MY BOY JACK?” (see ‘My Boy Jack’)






HEATHEN, THE (see ‘ ‘Eathen’)






HEAVENS ABOVE US, THE (see 'Astrologer's Song')






‘HEFFLE CUCKOO FAIR’ (see ‘Cuckoo Song’)






"HELEN ALL ALONE" DofC*






1.
Bethancourt, Joe (v g)


RF

2. (see 'Our Fathers of Old')
Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF

3.
Garvey, Mary v private®

BM
HERIOT’S FORD LtF*





1. Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

2. (see 'Cold Iron')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
"HIM OF THE ABSENT MIND"
Words Stanley J Graham
not K Casanova, Walter bar pf

ca1900 DP
"HIS APOLOGIES" * Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
"HIS GIRL SHE GAVE HIM THE GO ONST" (see 'Private Ortheris's Song')






HOLY WAR, THE "A Tinker out of Bedford"
'Aurelia' "The Church's one foundation" A&MR255
YB* Wesley, S S



HORIZONS (see 'The Long Trail')






HOUR OF THE ANGEL, THE L&ST* Tranchell, Peter A ttbb pf MS av CUL
ca1951 GT
HOW FEAR CAME 'La Soif' (see 'Jungle, les Chants') JB* d'Udine, Jean v pf Leduc Par 1907 BM
HOW THE LEOPARD GOT HIS SPOTS JSS






1. Cantata Janus Spotlight Series
Marsh, Lin ssa pf sb Faber
2004 Web

2. South African choral group Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Shabala, Joseph atb gp acap


MA

incl 'Abangani' (Friends), 'Asambeni' (Let Us Go). 'Ingwe' (The Leopard), 'Mabalabala' (Spots), 'Ngiyabazi' (I Know Them)
Zulu language Rabbit Ears Productions Videotape/Audiotape 'Just So' story



Universal®
1989
HUNTING-SONG OF THE SEEONEE PACK JB*






1. av BBC, BL
Fogg, C W Eric v1/m pf Elkin Lon 1925 SY

2. (see ‘Jungle Book’ Song Cycle)
Grainger, Percy A ttbb MS av GMus
1899 PG

av BL
G8 ttbb str/pf opt Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon
1922
1996
PG
R




+ wind opt

1941 PGS




+ str opt

1956 PGS

Final score

chm str MS av GMus
1957 PG

3.
Johns, Clayton (v pf) MS av NYPL

DN

4. 'Les Loups qui trottent' (see 'Jungle, les Chants de la')
d'Udine, Jean v pf Leduc Par 1907 BM
HUSH YOU MY BABY JB Ledger, Philip satb pf Encore
2005 BM
HYAENAS, The YB*






1. 'Hyenas' (see 'Undertaker's Horse')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1965/85 RF

2.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
HYMN BEFORE ACTION SS* based on hymn A&M215 'The Church's one foundation'



AL

1. Op11 av BL
Baldwin, Ralph Lyman ps4 bar ad lib W-SM Bos 1918 GT

2. MSB Vol 1 p14 av BBC, BL
Bantock, Grancille Sir satb S&B
1919 MW

3. Av BL
Campbell, Emily M (v pf) West Lon 1915 SY

4. Orpheus Male Voices 329, 357 PSB 1326 av BL
Davies, H Walford Sir ttbb ad lib acct Novello Lon 1897 BL

Six Songs' Op3 No3 (SES)

bar pf NovEw Lon 1897 BL

Revision (CMQ Jul '01 p13) av BBC

satb ad lib pf

1918 CMQ

5.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

6. Op113 av BBC, BL MML30
Holbrooke, Joseph C v/satb pf Modern Lon 1940 MW

7. Choral Suite 'The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace' v1,2 Millennium commission by Britain's Royal Armouries
Jenkins, Karl satb pf/org/orch Boosey®
2001 BM

8. Tune 'Aurelia' A&M215
Wesley, S S hymn

1864
HYMN OF BREAKING STRAIN * Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF
HYMN OF THE FLAT EARTH SOCIETY DofC Wood, Heather arr v pf

ca 1970 BM

Sacred Heart tune 'Babylon is Fallen' 4 extra verses by Wood
Hymn metre 8787 eg 'Sussex' trad EH385 'St Andrew' by E H Thorne A&MR533 (see 'Village that Voted the Earth was Flat')



CHP
1958
HYMN TO PHYSICAL PAIN L&R*






1. Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

2. (see 'Songs of Men')
Mácha, Otmar vl pf MS av SCSKU
1947 GT
“I AM THE MOST WISE BAVIAAN” JSS* German, Edward Sir v pf MacM
Lewins®
Lon 1903
1999
SY
KJ

(see ‘Just So Song Book’)
(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT
I HAVE GIVEN MY HEART TO A FLOWER' av BL
'Marklake Witches' sung by Philadelphia
R&F Greenwood, Harry (a pf) Novello Lon 1933 BL
“I HAVE SLIPPED MY CABLE MESSMATES,” (see ‘Ganges Pilot’)






“I KEEP SIX HONEST SERVING-MEN” JSS*






1. (see ‘Just So Song Book’)
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM Lon 1903 GT





Lewins®
1999 KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT

2. (see 'Just So Stories' Red Table)






“I KISSED HER IN THE KITCHEN” (see 'Soldiers Three') not K Bellamy, Peter F



BM

Old song quoted in 'Drums of the Fore and Aft' WWW (Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM
I LEARNED ABOUT WOMEN FROM 'ER (see 'The Ladies')






“I WILL REMEMBER WHAT I WAS.” (see 'Song of Kala Nag')






“I’VE NEVER SAILED THE AMAZON” (see ‘Rolling Down to Rio’)






IF- ‘Brother Square-Toes’ (KJ 288/47, 292/36) R&F* fits tune ‘Galway Bay’, 'Londonderry Air', hymn 'Strength and Stay'
®

KJ

Poem allegedly sung to the music of
Chopin, Frederic F ?Waltz in C# minor Op64 No2


LR

1. ‘Celebration of Childhood’ (KJ 292/38)
Blake, Howard chy orch bnd

1999 R

2. Australian folk-singer/song-writer
Crisp, Peter vm g ®
ca2000 KS

3. Blend Western orchestration/Indian classical
David, Rajesh v orch ®

KS

4. Model tune ‘Strength and Stay’ A&M 12 (KJ 224/25)
Dykes, J B Rev hymn


KJ

5.
Fish, Leslie v g live®
1991® RF

6.
Garbutt, Vin v folk Topic®
2002 MA

7. 'Song for Erik' ad Roger Whittaker album
Gosh, Bobby (v g) ®

MA

8. Secular anthem
Kirkland, Tom satb acap Tributek Il 2005 Web

9. French freely ad/tr Paul Eluard arr Christian Gaubert
Lavilliers, Bernard v pf str Big Brother®
1988 BM

10. (see ‘Songs of Men’)
Mácha, Otmar vl pf MS av SCSKU
1947 GT

11. Album 'Shine' , significant change to words and rhythm
Mitchell, Joni v bnd/g Crazy Crowd
2007 BM

12. 'If you can dream'
Smith, Bill v pop/folk Mariani®

MA
IF- "If a picture paints a thousand words" not K Gates, David v pf /band 'Bread' Gems-EMI
1971 BM

Performers referred to Kipling
arr Collegium Regale psm7 MS
ca2001 BM
"IN ANCIENT DAYS AND DESERTS WILD" (KJ 280/55)
format and metre bawdy song 'Harlot of Jerusalem'



KJ
IN THE NEOLITHIC AGE (see 'Our Fathers of Old') SS* Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF
INDIA'S REPLY (KJ304/5,311/6,313/62)
Words J P Harrington , sung by Leo Dryden (see 'Shopmates')
not K Le Brunn, George v pf FD&H Lon 1895 KJ
INDIAN LOVE LYRICS, FOUR
Garden of Kama by Laurence Hope I 'Temple Bells' II 'Less than the dust' III 'Kashmiri Song' IV ''Till I wake'
not K Woodforde-Finden, A a or bar/s or t pf Boosey Lon 1902 BM
INDIAN LOVE SONG (see 'Love Song of Har Dyal') [?] Walsh, CF song NovEw Lon 1893 BL
INNER LIGHT (2) extract: 'They' spoken tenor av BL
"A quick turn plunged me first into a green cutting"
homage to Rudolph Steiner texts Kipling et al about children's connection with a joyful illuminated world
T&D Harvey, Jonathan Dean ssatb inst Faber Lon 1979 NZL
INSIDE THE BAR (see 'Fringes of the Fleet')






INSTRUCTOR, THE FN* Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
INUIT, THE Verse leading 'Quiquern' JB*






1. 'People of the Eastern Ice'
Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF

2. (see 'Jungle Book')
Grainger, Percy A ch6 MS av BLib
1902 PG

MS 1902,12 av BL (PG)
G5 satbbb acap Schott
Hyperion®
Lon 1912
1996
GT
R
IRISH GUARDS, THE YB*






1. Set at Kipling's invitation av BBC, BL
MS autographed at German's request (KJ 298/43)

German, Edward Sir v pf Chappell
Lewins®
Lon 1918
1999
PU
KJ

2. Albums 'Drunken Angel', 'Michael Longcor, Live!'
Longcor, Michael v g mnd eb dr Firebird®
1991® FAM
JACK BARRETT (see ‘Story of Uriah’)






JOBSON'S AMEN ("In the Presence")
(see 'Our Fathers of Old') linked with hymn tune St Gertrude ("Onward Christian Soldiers!")
DofC* Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1997 LF
JUBAL AND TUBAL CAIN LttF*






1. 'Tubal and Jubal' (see 'Undertaker's Horse')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF

2.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
JUGGLER’S SONG, THE av BL Enlarged from ChXI Kim* Adams, A Davies (v pf) Boosey Lon 1921 SY
JUNGLE (see 'Man Cub', 'Maugly', 'Mowgli', 'My Brother Mowgli')






JUNGLE, L'ENFANT DE LA - CHOEUR D'ENFANTS
Opera for children, text Michael Manière based on Kipling
JB Carles, Marc sp ch orch Billaudot

Web
JUNGLE, LES CHANTS DE LA av BL
Six poems tr Louis Fabulet, Robert d'Humières with preface (see individual songs)
JB d'Udine, Jean v pf Leduc Par 1907 BL

1. 'La Loi de la Jungle' 'Red Dog ”For our white and our excellent nights”






2. 'Les Loups qui Trottent' ”Humting Song of the Seonee Pack”






3. 'Nocturne' 'Night Song in the Jungle' ”Now Chil the Kite brings home the night”






4. 'Les Bandar-Log' 'Road-Song of the Bandar-Log






5. 'La Soif' 'How Fear Came' ”The stream is shrunk”






6. 'Chil le Vautour' 'Chil's Song'





JUNGLE, POEM OF THE (see 'Poems de la Jungla, El)






JUNGLE, TROIS CHANTS DE LA Op21 av BBC
Three Kipling poems tr Louis Fabulet, Robert d'Humieres (see individual songs)
JB Delage, Maurice Charles v orch/pf Sénart Par 1935 GT

1. ‘Chil le Vautour’ ”Now Chil the Kite”







2. ‘Maktah, Berceuse Phoque’ ‘Seal Lullaby’







3. ‘Themmangu, Chant et Danse du Tigre’ ‘Tiger-Tiger!’






JUNGLE BOOK, THE (see 'Maugly', 'Mowgli', 'My Brother Mowgli', 'Poema de la Jungla')






JUNGLE BOOK, THE ad Neil Duffield 8 songs
West Berkshire Playhouse 1995, 2005 (see 'Law of the Jungle', 'Song of the Little Hunter' / 'It is Fear')
JB Armour, Janie theatre production

1995 BM
JUNGLE BOOK, THE ad Vicky Ireland (KJ 271/19)
Polka Theatre, Wimbledon
JB Brand, Neil theatre production

1994 KJ
JUNGLE BOOK, THE ad Vera Morris Lyrics M Vigilant JB Castle, Gerald V musical Pioneer Col ca1997 NZL
JUNGLE BOOK, THE ad Denyse Anyogu W Yorks Playhouse
Chag, Niraj musical

2014 BM
'Song of the Wolves', 'Maxims of Baloo'
arr Michael Lovelock




JUNGLE BOOK. THE (KJ 314/28, 315/5)
Birmingham Stage Company ad Stuart Paterson lyrics Barb Jungr/only Kipling verse 'Night-Song in the Jungle' ad
JB Cooper, B B stage production

2004 KJ
JUNGLE BOOK, THE av BL JB Dakin, Charles vc/db2, 3, 4 Boosey
1981 BCM
JUNGLE BOOK, THE Song Cycle JB+ Grainger, Percy A ch orch/pf Schott
Hyperion®
LonLon 1942,58
1996
PG
R

"My Kipling 'Jungle Book' Cycle, begun in 1898 and finished in 1947, was composed as a protest against civilisation"





PGc

Never published as a whole; limited edition (ca 200) complete sets of individual songs bound together





AW

Re-worked - final form; Grainger considered expanding - "one of my very best works" (see individual songs)





PG

1. ‘Fall of the Stone’ (KJ 279/6) Verse heading "To be Filed for Reference" "By the Hoof of the Wild Goat uptossed" PTftH Title by PAG


1924

2. ‘Morning Song in the Jungle’ “One moment past our bodies cast a shadow”




1912

3. ‘Night Song in the Jungle’ “Now Chil the Kite brings home the night"




1925

4. ‘Inuit’ ‘Quiquern’ "People of the Eastern Ice"




1912

5. ‘Beaches of Lukannon ‘ “Lukannon” 'The White Seal'




1958

6. ‘Red Dog’ “For our white and our excellent nights”




1958

7. ‘Peora Hunt’ “Pit where the buffalo” PTftH



1924

8. ‘Hunting-Song of the Seeonee Pack’




1922

9. ‘Tiger, Tiger’ “What of the hunting, hunter bold?”




1912

10. ‘Only Son’ (not in 1942 version) M1



1958

11. ‘Mowgli’s Song Against People‘ “I will let loose against you”




1924
JUNGLE BOOK, THE Symphonic Poems (KJ 272/35)
Listed in composer's order at première
JB Koechlin, Charles
comp
Polo®
RCA®

1899-1940
1993
1994
R
R
R

1. ‘Law of the Jungle’ Op175

orch MS?BNF
1939,40 NG

av BL


Eschig Par 1986 BCM

2. ‘Bandar-Log’ Op176

orch MS?BNF
1939,41 NG

av BL


Eschig Par 1967 GT

3. 'Three Poems' Op18 (see individual songs)







'Seal Lullaby' 'Berceuse Phoque'

ms chf orch MS
1899-1900 R

‘Night-Song in the Jungle’ 'Chanson de nuit'

ms bar ch orch MS
1899-1900 R

‘Song of Kala Nag’ “I will remember what I was”

t ch orch MS
1899-1901 R

all three songs in Melodies 3rd collection tr Louis Fabulet, Robert d'Humières

v var pf Combre

BM

4. ‘Meditation (Miracle) of Purun Bhagat’ Op159

orch org MS ?BNF
1936 GT

av BL


Eschig Par 1986 BCM

5. ‘Spring Running’ Op95

orch org pf MS ?BNF
1925,7 GT

‘Spring in the Forest’, ‘Mowgli’, ‘Running’, ‘Night’ av BL


Eschig Par 1978? BL
JUNGLE BOOK, THE Incidental/ballet music ‘Mowgli’ JB Kucerova-Herbstová, M orch MS av SCSKU
1947 GT
JUNGLE BOOK, THE lib Békés Pál Pesti Theatre, Hungary ad from JB Lázló, Des jazz musical ®
1996 Web
JUNGLE BOOK, THE Walt Disney/Patel film music JB Poledouris, Basil orch ®
1994 BM
JUNGLE BOOK, SECOND Tristar Patel film music
'Mowgli and Baloo' 'Kaa's Hunting' India 1890
JB Scott, John orch Sony®
1997 BM
JUNGLE BOOK, THE United Artists Korda film music JB Rózsa, Miklós orch ®
1942 NG

Reworked as concert suite (KJ 230/41) av BL

a sp orch Broude B NY 1972 GT

‘Lullaby’

arr a satb


KJ
JUNGLE BOOK, THE Incidental music play ‘Mowgli’ JB Schaefer, Theodor ch orch MS av SCSKU
1932 GT
JUNGLE BOOK, THE Walt Disney animated film JB George Bruns orch ®
1967 BM

Inspired by 'Mowgli' stories not K words and music Sherman, Richard M and Robert B; Gilkyson, Terry songs





Song excerpts
Sherman, Richard M v pf Leonard Milw ca 1994 NZL

Close harmony arr Nicholas Hare av BL
Gilkyson, Terry ch Chester Lon 1991 BCM

Play ad Gaynor Williams (KJ 228/42)
(Blackburn, Adam ad) Disney songs
Ox 1983 KJ

Musical Jungle Book Kids lyrics and music ad
Heisler, Marcy and Louiselle, Bryan
MTI

Web
JUNGLE BOOK 2, THE Walt Disney animated film JB McNeeley, Joel orch ®
2003 BM

Repeats plus original songs not K Lorraine Feather and Paul Grabowsky




JUNGLE BOOK, IMPRESSIONS FROM THE av BL
Suite of Five Pieces (‘Jungle’, ‘Dawn’, ‘Rikki-Tikki-Tavi’, ‘Morning Song’, ‘Elephants’ Dance’)
JB Scott, Cyril Meir pf Schott Mz 1912 GT
JUNGLE BOOK, MUSIC FOR DANCE JB Taylor, Philip syn Dance Books

KS
JUNGLE BOOK, SIX SONGS FROM THE
av BBC, BL (also separately; see individual songs)
JB Bright, Dora vl/h pf Elkin Lon 1903 BM

1. ‘Night-song in the Jungle' “Now Chil the kite brings home the night”







2. ‘Seal Lullaby' “Oh! hush thee my Baby”







3. ‘Mother-Seal’s Song’ “You mustn’t swim till you’re six weeks old”







4. ‘Tiger! Tiger!’ “What of the hunting, hunter bold?”







5. ‘Road-Song of the Bandar-Log’ ‘Monkey People’ “Here we go, in a flung festoon,”







6. ‘Song Toomai’s Mother sang to the Baby’ “Shiv, who poured the harvest,” ‘Shiv and the Grasshopper’






JUNGLE BOOK GROOVE, THE (KJ 269/43) JB Disney reworked record

1993 KJ
JUNGLE BOOK KIDS Youth Theatre Musical Alnwick not K Brown, Peter vch kb

2011 BM
JUNGLE BOOK STORIES Childrens' plays ad John Chambers
Palmer, Greg original music Higham Lon 1995 BL
JUNGLE TOWN (KJ 263/46, 265/21) Musical drama JB
9 piece jazz bnd
Ox 1992 KJ
JUNK AND THE DHOW, THE L&ST* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
JUST SO Youth Theatre Musical Alnwick James Rose not K Brown, Peter vch kb

2012 BM
JUST SO Operetta librettist Farrukh Dhondy
based on four stories Whale, Rhinoceros, Leopard, Cat
JSS Dhondy, Danyal 5v inst

2012 Web
JUST SO Musical premiere Chichester England not K Stiles, George v var orch

2004 KJ
25 songs , book and lyrics Anthony Drew, also North Shore Music Theatre, Boston USA (KJ 310/18)




2001
JUST SO SONG BOOK, THE
av KSL, BBC, BL (also separately; see individual songs)
JSS German, Edward Sir
Verses link stories:-
v pf MacM
Lewins®
DP & Co
Lon

NY
1903
1999
1903
BM
KJ
SY

1. “When the Cabin Portholes are dark and green”
'How the Whale got his Throat'




2. ‘Camel’s Hump’
'How the Camel got his Hump'





3. “This Uninhabited Island”
'How the Rhinoceros got his Skin'





4. “I Keep Six Honest Serving-men”
'Elephant's Child'
} Kipling's order reversed



5. “I Am the Most Wise Baviaan”
'How the Leopard got his Spots'
} (KJ 298/42)



6. ‘Kangaroo and Dingo’ “This is the mouth-filling song”
'Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo'





7. ‘Merrow Down I’ “There runs a road by Merrow Down”
'How the First Letter was Written'
} Kipling's favourites



8. “Of All the Tribe of Tegumai” 'Merrow Down II'
'How the Alphabet was Made'
} (KJ 298/42)



9. ‘Riddle’ "China-going P. & O.'s"
'Crab that Played with the Sea'





10. “First Friend “ “Pussy can sit by the fire and sing,”
'Cat that walked by Himself'





11. “There Was Never a Queen Like Balkis”
'Butterfly that Stamped'





12. ‘Rolling Down to Rio’ “I’ve never sailed the Amazon,”
'Beginningof the Armadillos'




JUST SO SONGS from 'Just So Song Book' above av BL (Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 BL
JUST SO SONGS Commissioned Farnham Festival JSS Ayres, Paul chy pf perc

2007 BM

(see individual songs)







1. ‘Camel’s Hump’







2. "There runs a road" 'Merrow Down' Part I







3. ‘Rolling Down to Rio’







4. 'Free and fair she flits' 'Merrow Down' Part II







5. 'Balkis and Solomon', "There was never a Queen like Balkis"






JUST SO STORIES (from ‘Just So Song Book’ above) av BL
(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 TB
JUST SO STORIES (see 'Very First Family', 'Elephant's Child')






JUST SO STORIES ad Radio4
Broderick, Ansell


2002 MW
JUST SO STORIES ad Joseph Robinette music and lyrics by
Frank, Ronna Lynn musical Dramatic Wood ca2002 NZL
JUST SO STORIES Projected film musical (KJ 287/55, 298/39)
John, Elton Sir



KJ
JUST SO STORIES ad Lucy Betts incl 'Merrow Down' JSS
Yvonne Arnaud Youth TheatreGuildford (KJ 350/55)

Perkins. David musical

2013 KJ
JUST SO STORIES Projected film (KJ 262/50)
Producers Steven Spielberg, Cameron Mackintosh; lyricist Anthony Drew; interest aroused by UK production

Stiles, George


1992
1990
KJ
JUST SO STORIES Red Table Pleasance Theatre Edinburgh




2013 BM

'China-going P&Os' part only
[Parsons, Freya psf3 SWA®
2013

'The Camel's Hump' v1-3
[Mafham, Charlotte





'Pussy Can Sit by the Fire and Sing'
[Fraser, Lindsay





'When the Cabin Port-holes are Dark and Green'
[Hazel, Jennifer arr





'I Keep Six Honest Serving-men'






JUST SO STORIES Red Table Alnwick Playhouse




2014 BM
KANEVSKY WHEN HE FILKETH (see "Servant when He Reigneth")







Parody by Susan Landerman not K Fish Leslie v g Xeno 50 Cal 1996 BM
KANGAROO AND DINGO JSS*






1. 'Race'
Berger, Jean satb acap Tetra NY 1971 GT

2. (see ‘Just So Song Book’)
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM Lon 1903 BM

© Peter Dawson

v pf Zono®
Lewins®

1912
1999
PD
KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT
KIM films Kim






1. MGM film music
Previn, André


1950 MW

2. London Film Productions film music
Williamson, Marc


1984 BM
KING, THE (see 'Cold Iron') SS* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
KING HENRY VII AND THE SHIPWRIGHTS trad
(see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
R&F* Bellamy, Peter F arr v vn g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM
KINGDOM, THE N* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1965/83 RF
KIP-L-ING (see 'Pilgrim's Way')







Parody by Mark A Mandel and Lee Gold unf not K Fish, Leslie ad v g ('Ramboing') Xeno 104 Cal
BM
KIPLING SONGS, THREE (see individual songs) av BL HofE Green, Charles A F
Schott Lon 1923 SY

1. ‘Dawn Wind’







2. ‘My Father’s Chair’







3. ‘Reeds of Runnymede’






KIPLING WALK, THE Musical play 'The Bing Boys are Here' "There's a land far beyond the foam" "Just-so-Land" words Clifford Grey av BBC not K Ayer, Nat D v pf (KJ 255/30) Feldman Lon 1916 KJ
KIPLING'S AULD LANG SYNE (see 'Auld Lang Syne') Concert San Francisco 24 May 1900





DAR
L’ENVOI to “The Seven Seas” (see “When Earth’s last picture is painted”)






LADIES, THE B-RB2*






1. (see 'Soldiers Three')
Bellamy, Peter F arr v MS®

PB

Chorus only "Now I ain't no 'and with the ladies"
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. "I learned about women from 'er"
Hamblen, Stuart v Carlin

MA

3.
McCall, J Petter psn v pf MS n.t.

PD
LALAGE II (see "Rimini")







parody by James D Macdonald not K Fish, Leslie v g Filker 3 Cal 1979 BM
LAND, THE fits Beethoven tune (1st pf concerto) DofC* Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB
“LAND OF OUR BIRTH” (see ‘Children’s Song’)






"LARK WILL MAKE HER HYMN TO GOD, THE" LtF* Ives, Charles Edward
MS?YUL
1898? NG

15 Songs ed J Kirkpatrick (JK)




1978
LAST CHANTEY, THE SS* linked folksong base 'Waltzing Matilda'





1. av BL
Cook, Theodore Andres (v pf) Church Cin 1904 GT

2.
McEwen, John B ch orch MS
ca1894 GT

3. OCS165 av Banks, BL
Prendergast, William v desc pf OUP Lon 1932 BL

4.
Shelley, Harry Rowe (v pf) MS av NYPL

DN
LAST OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE, THE * Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
LAST RHYME OF TRUE THOMAS, THE SS*





1. Trad 'Thomas the Rhymer' (not listed KJ 255/03)
Bellamy, Peter F arr? v MS n.t.

GT

2. Considered too long to issue
Fish, Leslie v g live®

RF
LAW OF THE JUNGLE, THE







1. 'How Fear Came' Intro v1,9,8, end ad (see 'Jungle Book')
Armour, Janie 2vm db g perc uk co wb MS®
1995 BM

2. Symphonic Poem (see 'Jungle Book')
Koechlin, Charles





3. Ragtime (see 'Mowgli's Jungle')
Westbrook, Mike 2v g bg sax perc wb MS
1981 BM
LECTURE, A (see 'Fires') No2 from Set no1
linked with Pres. Hadley's lectures 'Some Influence in Modern Philosophic Thought', Yale

Ives, Charles Edward small orch Merion
1908 NG
LESSER OF EVILS (see 'Dane-Geld')

v g




Parody by Mark E Horning not K Fish, Leslie Xeno 103 Cal 2005 BM
“LEST WE FORGET “ (see ‘Recessional’)






“LET US NOW PRAISE FAMOUS MEN” (see ‘School Song’)






LICHTENBERG ‘Wattle Bloom’ av BBC FN* Cobb, Gerard Francis (v pf) Sheard Lon 1904 SY
LIE, THE “There is pleasure in the wet, wet clay”
AC564 av BL
N* Edmonds, Paul N psm Curwen Lon 1919 SY
"LIFE'S ALL GETTING AND GIVING" (see 'Wishing Caps')






LIGHT THAT FAILED, THE Paramount film music
Young, Victor


1939 MW
LINER SHE’S A LADY, THE SS* Bellamy, Peter F vm conc vm va vf MS arr Chris Birch®

R
LONDON STONE CD 'War is Hell' 17 WW1 poems * Stroobants, Frank vm pf DIY®
2003 R
LONG TRAIL, THE (KJ 300/49) L'Envoi B-RB*






1. 'Horizons' No5 of 7 sea poems 4 short verses
Carter, Andrew ch satb orch/kb OUP® Ox 1998 BM

2. Commissioned Scunthorpe Junior School Choir
Goodall, Howard


2008 BM

3. (see 'Scenes from Kipling') 6 verses
Tate, Phyllis Margaret v pf MS
1975 BM
LOOKING-GLASS, THE R&F* fits tune 'Sing a Song of Sixpence'





1. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
Bellamy, Peter F v g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2. Ballad av BL
Damrosch, Walter v pf SchirmerG Bos 1916 SY

3.
Fish, Leslie v g etc live®
1982® RF
LOOT B-RB1*






1. (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads')
Bellamy, Peter F v conc ch MS®

R

v1 only (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2.
Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
LOST LEGION, THE av BBC B-RB* Ward-Higgs, William (v pf) Sheard Lon 1906 GT
LOUPS QUI TROTTENT, LES (see 'Hunting Song of the Seonee Pack')






LOVE SONG OF HAR DYAL, THE ‘Beyond the Pale’ PTftH*






1. Av BBC, BL
Adams, A Davies (v pf) Boosey Lon 1921 SY

2. 'Song of the Pathan Girl'
Ayres, Frederic vh pf MS
>1926 GT

Three Songs No1 av BL


SchirmerG NY 1921 BL

3. “Alone upon the housetops” To “Leila” av BBC, av BL
Batten, George Mrs v pf Metzler Lon 1892 BM

4. ‘Bisesa’s Song’
Foote, Arthur (v pf) Schmidt Bos 1902 GT

Selected Songs In the story ‘Beyond the Pale’ ? same
? the same song
Schmidt
<1940 GT

5. ‘Memory Songs’, Op 30 No 7
Galloway, Tod B (v pf) Presser Ph 1904 SY

6.
Grainger, Percy A s pf MS av GMus Ayl 1901 SES

av BBC, BL
G11 s pf Schott
Hyperion®
Chandos®
Lon
Lon
1923
1996
1999
SY
R
R




chf vn vc hm MS Upsala Coll
1957 GT




s str pf hm o bs

1958 PGS




s/chf inst Bardic Ayl
AW




chf inst Chandos®
1997 R

7.
Hunt, Thomas A (v pf) Boston Bos 1923 M-S

8. “Alone upon the housetops” 40 Earlier Songs (MA)
Ives, Charles Edward v pf MS?YUL
ca1898 GT

17 Songs ed J Kirkpatrick (JK)




1978 NG

9. Songs' Op12 No2 av BL
Kernochan, Marshall (v pf) DitsonO Bos 1917 SY





Galaxy NY 1933 SY

10. av BL
Scott, Anthony ss pf Novello Lon 1966 GT

11. av BL
Walsh, CF song Nov Ew Lon 1893 BL
LOVERS’ LITANY, THE DD*






1. Seven Songs from Tilfredshaden
Atkinson, Holway (v pf) McKinley NY? <1940 GT

2.
Gower, E Leveson (v pf) Sheard Lon 1894 SY
LOWESTOFT BOAT, THE (see ‘Fringes of the Fleet’) SW* Based on 'A-Rovin' "In Amsterdam there lived a maid".





1. 'A Chanty' av BL
Elgar, Edward Sir bar qt orch Enoch Lon 1917 GT



(Higgins,Tom arr) bar qt pf Somm®
2009 KS




vl/med pf Enoch Lon 1917 BM

CCS 30
(Metcalfe, R D arr) satb Enoch Lon
M-S

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

3. ‘A Rovin’’
Phillips, F B
roneo

MU
“LUKANNON” 'The White Seal' JB* linked with long-shore bawd "I met my mates in the morning"



TP

1.
Cass, Ann v g


MSM

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF

3. (see 'Jungle Book') "I met my mates in the morning"
Grainger, Percy A ttbb MS av GMus
1898 PG

4. 'Round the Corner'. William Pint close harmony.
Zentz, Bob 2v g vn vc wh JB®
1997 BM

MS 1952 v hm av GMus (PG)

bar pf


R

MS 1941 av GMus (PG) av BL
G20 satb 9str hm opt Schott
Hyperion®
Lon 1958
1996
GT
R

BD 0619
(Ould, Barry Peter ed) v pf Bardic
Chandos®
Ayl 1997
1996
PGS
R
LULLABY (see 'Seal Lullaby')






M. I. ‘Mounted Infantry of the Line’ “the Ikonas” FN* Cobb, Gerard Francis (v pf) Sheard Lon 1904 SY
MACDONOUGH'S SONG DofC*



1965

1.
Fish, Leslie v g live®1998
1965 RF

2. "Shrink Wrap Blues"
McGath, Gary (v g) Wail®

BM
MAD CAREW (see 'Green Eye of the little Yellow God')






MAIORES IGNOTI ('Unkonown Ancestors')
Commissioned 10th anniv Weald Choral Society, Sussex; text from poems by Kipling

Williams, Adrian bar sp ch orch Eschig Par 1979 Web
MAN CUB Play by Keiran Gillespie Pocket Theatre Cumbria inspired by JB Marra, Michael incidental music

1992 BM
MAN GOES TO MAN (see 'Mowgli's Jungle') JB* Westbrook, Mike v ch kb sax bg perc MS
1981 MS
MAN WHO WOULD BE KING, THE Columbia film music
Jarre, Maurice


1975 MW
MANDALAY compare metre 'The Raven' by E A Poe B-RB1* linked popular waltz tune (see 3, part waltz); fits folk song (see 2)



PB

1. 'Two Songs' No1 av BL
Ayres, Frederic vl pf SchirmerG NY 1924 SY

2. Trad '10,000 miles Away' (see Barrack-Room Ballads)
Bellamy, Peter F arr v conc MS®

R

v1 only (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

3. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ First Series) av KSL, BBC
v1,3,4,6 only

Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1892
2004
SY
R

v1,3,4,6 onlywaltz time refrain ®Peter Dawson

v ch orch HMV®
1935® PD

‘Mandalay Waltz’ referred to in SoM SoM (Beverley, Bewick arr) pf Sheard Lon 1892,3 GT

4.
Damrosch, Walter v ch (acap?) Church Cin 1898 GT

5. ‘On the Road to Mandalay’
Dixon, Harold (v pf) Mills NY 1927 SY





Wright Lon 1927 SY

6.
Foote, Arthur (v pf) Schmidt Bos 1915 SY

7. ‘Lieder der Welt’
Genzmer, Harald 4-8v (pf?) Schott Mz 1963 GT

8. av BL
Gilder, George (v pf) Haviland NY 1925 BL

9. Pencil MS (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads, Three')
Grainger, Percy A v pf MS unf av GMus
1898 PG

10. Fragment
Gurney, Ivor
MS av GurneyA
ca1904 SES

11. ‘On the Road to Mandalay’ v1,2,3,part4/6 av KSL, BL
Hedgcock, Walter W v pf/orch Sheard Lon 1899 SY

®Peter Dawson HMV 1929 Originally published 'Mousmee' other words (BL)

vl/med/h pf Darewski
HMV®
Lon
1929
BM
R

12. ‘On the Road to Mandalay’
Maskell, Charles H (v pf) Morris Ph 1932 DAR

13. ‘On the Road to Mandalay’
Prince, Dyneley (v pf) SchirmerG Bos 1903 SY

v1,2,6

bar orch Victor®
1912 NJ

14. Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson, author
Richardson, HenryHpsn v pf Currency

REC

HHRichardson (1870-1946): the music part 1
ed B Steele & R Divall
M-HT Mel 1999 NZL

15.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS

16. Record 'The Road to Mandalay’ (KJ 287/55)
Sinatra, Frank arr v bnd


KJ

17. ‘On the Road to Mandalay’ v1,2,6
Speaks, Oley v pf Church Cin 1907 SY

® cylinder Robert Howe


Indes
1910 UC

v1,2,6

bar orch Victor®
1914 NJ

® Peter Dawson HMV 1939/51

v pf SchirmerG NY 1935 SY

av BL


Boosey Lon 1937 BL




ch Presser Ph 1930 SY




vl/med pf Boosey
1955 BM

Version for the BBC (KJ 277/55)

v orch


KJ

18.
Thayer, Arthur W v pf Presser Ph 1892 SY





Stevens Lon 1892 SY

19. ‘On the Road to Mandalay’ av BL
Trevannion, Henry J v pf FlammerJ Milw 1898 SY





HH&E NY 1916 SY

20. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’)
Whiting, Arthur bar pf SchirmerG NY 1900 GT

21. v1,2,3,part4/6 ® Peter Dawson 1910/12 Zono av KSL BL
Willeby, Charles vl/med pf/orch Church Cin 1911 BM

waltz time refrain (KJ 6/25)


Prowse Lon
KJ

22. Danish tr Dai Frus Moller (KJ 88/15)
Winkel, Erling



KJ
MANDALAY MEDLEY v1,2,3,6 arr David Mattinson (KJ 310/51
Willeby/Hedgcock/Cobb/Speaks b pf MS®
2004 BM
MANDALAY POTPOURRI 4v arr/® Peter Dawson B-RB1* Speaks/Willeby/Hedgcock/Cobb bar org HMV® Aus 1945® PD
MANDALAY SCENA v1,2,3,6 v arr/® Peter Dawson
'Peter Dawson - Ambassador of Song' disc 7/10
B-RB1* Speaks/Willeby/Hedgcock/Cobb bar orch HMV®
EMI®
Aus 1954/5®
1981
PD
BL
MANDALAY WALTZ (see ‘Mandalay’, No 3)






MARCH OF PRAISE, THE ‘King’s Book’ (KJ 11/02)
Elgar instead set Gascoigne's 'Goode Morrowe' to celebrate recovery King George V

Elgar, Edward Sir (collaboration reported)
n.t.
1929 KJ
MARRIED MAN, THE ‘Reservist of the Line’ FN*






1. av BBC
Cobb, Gerard Francis (v pf) Sheard Lon 1904 GT

2.
Gro, Josephine (v pf) DitsonO NY 1900 SY

3. av BBC
Ward-Higgs, William
Sheard Lon 1915 GT
"MARY, PITY WOMEN!" (see 'Surabaya Johnny')







'The Threepenny Opera' set in German SS* Weill, Kurt Julian



LL
MAUGLY Opera (KJ 225/48) 1982 Dresden Festival JB Chalayev, Chiriyani opera

1980 KJ
MAXIMS OF BALOO Verse Heading 'Kaa's Hunting' JB* Wood, Heather v


BM
MCANDREW’S HYMN Possible tune ‘Aurelia’ (KJ 235/40) SS* Wesley, S S "The Church's one foundation" A&MR 255


KJ

The Engineer's Hymn' update parody
Fish, Leslie v g private

RF
MEDITATION (MIRACLE) OF PURUN BAGHAT
Symphonic poem (see 'Jungle Book')
JB Koechlin, Charles




MEN OF THE SEA, THE Ch8/15 (Macmillan 1891) LtF Grainger, Percy A v pf MS av BL
1899 SES

“Ye that bore us, O restore us!" Sung by Nilghai av BBC, BL
G10 vl/med pf Schott
Chanods®
Lon 1923
1996
GT
R
“MEN THAT FOUGHT AT MINDEN, THE” B-RB2*






1.'Kipling Songs'
Bennett, J S(C) L D Rev v pf MS
ca1920 GT

2.
Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
MERCHANTMEN, THE SS*






1. Probably Rev J S L Dampier Bennett av BL
Dampier, L psn (BL) (v pf) P&P Lon 1903 SY

2. Long setting unusually completed as planned (PG)
Grainger, Percy A ttbbbb wh hn bs str MS av GMus
1902-11 GT




ch orch Bardic Ayl
AW
MERCIFUL TOWN (see ‘City of Sleep’)






MERLIN’S ISLE OF GRAMARYE (see individual songs)
More songs from 'Puck'

Bellamy, Peter F var v(s) vn g lu Robbins Lon 1972 GT

More songs from 'Puck'

org conc bod ft ®



‘Astrologer’s Song’ R&F ‘Doctor of Medicine’ “To the Heavens above us”





‘Bee-boy’s Song’ PoPH ‘Dymchurch Flit’ “Maiden in her glory"





‘Carol (Who shall judge the Lord?)’ R&F ‘Tree of Justice’ “Our Lord Who did the Ox command"





‘Eddi’s Service’ R&F ‘Conversion of St Wilfrid’ “Eddi, priest of St Wilfrid"





‘Harp Song of the Dane Women’ PoPH ‘Knights of the Joyous Venture’ “What is a woman that you forsake her"





‘Prophets at Home’ PoPH ‘Hal o’ the Draft’ “Prophets have honour all over the Earth,"





‘Puck’s Song’ PoPH “See you the ferny ride"





‘Queen’s Men’ R&F ‘Gloriana’ “Valour and Innocence” ‘Two Cousins'





‘Run of the Downs’ R&F ‘Knife and the Naked Chalk’ “Beachy Head and Winddoor Hill,"





‘Smuggler’s Song’ PoPH ‘Hal o’ the Draft’ “If you wake at midnight,"





‘St Helena Lullaby’ R&F ‘Priest in spite of Himself’ “How far is St. Helena"





‘Song of the Men’s Side’ R&F ‘Knife and the Naked Chalk’ “Once we feared The Beast-"





‘Song of the Red War-Boat’ R&F ‘Conversion of St. Wilfrid’ “Shove off from the wharf-edge!"





‘Truthful Song’ R&F ‘Wrong Thing’ ‘Bricklayer and the Shipwright’





‘Way through the Woods’ R&F ‘Marklake Witches’ “They shut the road through the woods"




MERROW DOWN (see ‘Just So Song Book’) JSS*






Part I “There runs a road by Merrow Down”







1. part narrated (see 'Just So Songs')
Ayres, Paul chy pf perc

2007 BM

Commissioned Farnham Festival






2. (see 'Just So Song Book')
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM Lon 1903 BM





Gray NY 1904 SY





Novello
Lewins®
Lon 1923
199
PU
KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT

3. (see 'Just So Stories')
Perkins, David





Part II “Of all the Tribe of Tegumai”







1. "Free and fair she flits" ad mostly narrated
Ayres, Paul chy pf perc

2007 BM

(see 'Just So Songs' Commissioned Farnham Festival







2. (see 'Just So Song Book')
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM
Lewins®
Lon
1999
BM
KJ
SY



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT
MESOPOTAMIA YB* Fish, Leslie v g

ca 2010 BM
MINE SWEEPERS, THE (see ‘Fringes of the Fleet’) SW*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F 2vm vf MS arr Chris Birch®

R

2. 'Sweepers' av BBC, BL
Elgar, Edward Sir bar qt orch Enoch Lon 1917 GT





Chester





(Higgins,Tom arr) bar qt pf Somm® 2009 KS




vl/med pf Enoch Lon 1917 BM

CCS 33
(Metcalfe, R D arr) satb Enoch Lon
M-S

3.
Phillips, F B
roneo

MU
MORNING SONG IN THE JUNGLE JB*






1. (see ‘Jungle Book’)
Grainger, Percy A ch MS av GMus
1905 PG

MS av BL (PG)
G3 satbb acap Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon
1912
1996
GT
R

2. (see ‘Jungle Book, Impressions from the')







3. (see 'Night Song in the Jungle' 7)






MOTHER O' MINE Dedication "The Light that Failed" LtF*






1. "If I were hanged on the highest hill" av BL
Aitken, George B J (v pf) Ricordi Lon 1926 SY

2.
Burleigh, Harry Thacker chm (acap?) Ricordi NY 1914 SY

3. av BL
Claassen, Arthur (v pf) Church Cin 1914 SY

4. Youthful Tone-Works Grainger's 'best song (Kipling)'
Grainger, Percy A v pf MS av GMus
1901 PG

'Dedication' of planned series (G) to mother Rose av BBC, BL
G1 t pf Schott Lon 1912 SY

2nd setting BD 0105

vh pf Bardic Ayl 1997 PGS

5.
Kellogg, Arthur (v pf) Presser Ph 1937 SY

6. Book of Songs Op14 No1 av BL
Kramer, Arthur Walter (v pf) Fischer NY 1915 SY

7. Edwardian Song Book av BL
Liddle, Samuel v pf Boosey NY 1908 BM






Lon 1926 SY

8.
Maude, Raymond Mrs (v pf) Prowse Lon <1932 GT

9. av BL
Maxwell, Elsa Wyman (v pf) Witmark NY 1909 BL

10. 'O Mother mine' 'Two Choruses' No2 PS4443 av BL
Neidlinger, William H chm pf SchirmerG NY 1904 BL

11.
Norris,Homer A (v pf) Presser Ph 1902 SY

Original c/r H B Stevens (KJ 25/05)


Stevens Bos 1900 SY

12. Book of Songs Op1 (M-S) No1 av BL
Ornstein, Leo (v pf) Fischer NY 1915 SY

13. ‘Solitude of Sole’ cycle
Petrzelka, Vilém


1919 NG




vh pf HMUB Pra 1923 GT

14. Part Music for Male Voices 1362 av BL
Pigott, Robert Stuart chm3/4 acap? Whaley Tor 1909 SY

15. av BL
Protheroe, Daniel psm Boosey Lon 1926 SY

16.
Remick, Bertha (v pf) Presser Ph 1907 SY

17.
Roma, Carlo (v pf) Witmark NY 1914 SY

18.
Sington, Louise (v pf) To-day
1904 SY

av BL


Medici Lon 1922 SY

19. ® Peter Dawson HMV 1936 av BBC, BL
Tours, Frank E v pf/orch Chappell Lon 1903 SY




bass orch Victor®
1907 NJ




t orch Victor®
1913 NJ

20.
Weyman, B Maxwell (v pf) Presser Ph 1909 SY
MOTHER-LODGE, THE av BL








1. Probably Rev J S L Dampier Bennett B-RB2* Dampier, L psn (BL) v pf P&P Lon 1903 SY

2. Sing…Brothers, Sing 152 Masonic Sings No 130
Montgomery, Thomas H v pf Gettinger NY 1940 BM
MOTHER-SEAL’S SONG 'The White Seal' JB*






1. “You mustn’t swim till you’re six weeks old”
(see 'Jungle Book, Six Songs from the') av BL

Bright, Dora vl/h pf Elkin Lon 1903 BM

2. (see ‘Seal Songs, Two’) av BL
Lehmann, Liza s/ms/a pf Chappell Lon 1908 SY
MOUNTED INFANTRY OF THE LINE (see ‘M I’)






MOWGLI (see ‘Jungle Book’) JB






1. Incidental and ballet music
Kucerova-Herbstová, M





2. Operatta script Sharad Keskar based on Kipling
Mayer, Johnny Junior School

1983 KS

3. Ballet debut Moscow
Prior, Alex orch

2007 BM

4. Score Zoltan Korda film 1942 'Lullaby'
Rózsa, Miklós





5. Incidental music for play
Schaefer, Theodor




MOWGLI, L'ENFANT LOUP (KJ 263/46)
Musical play English nationwide tour 1992 Théâtre Jeune Public, Strasbourg
JB Pomara, Simon >100 exotic perc inst

ca1989 DC
MOWGLI'S JUNGLE ad Contact Theatre, Manchester JB Westbrook, Mike jazz

1982 MA

'Law of the Jungle', 'Man goes to Man'







'Night Song of the Jungle', 'Mowgli's Song'







'(Mowgli's) Song Against People', 'Song of Fear (the Little Hunter)'







'(Road) Song of the Bandar-Log' (see individual songs)







also 'Bagheera's Song' 'Calico Pie', 'Messua's Song' not K
words ad Adrian Mitchell play publ Heinemann 1998




MOWGLI'S SONG ad (see'Mowgli's Jungle')
Westbrook, Mike v kb fl perc co MS
1981 BM
MOWGLI'S SONG AGAINST PEOPLE 'Bitter Karela' JB*






1.
Fish, Leslie v g private
1969 LF

2. (see ‘Jungle Book’; 1907,23,41,56 KJ 224/38)
Grainger, Percy A ch inst MS av GMus
1903,7 PG

MS 1903, 07, 23, 24, 56 av GMus. Parts av GEst (PG), BL
G15 satbb 10+inst/pf Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon
1924
1996
GT
R




pf(ch) pf(inst) MS av ELM
1921 PG




2pf4h Bardic Ayl
AW

3.
Scott, Anthony ss pf MS

GT

4. 'Song against People' (see 'Mowgli's Jungle')
Westbrook, Mike v g sax bg perc tim MS
1981 BM
MY BOY JACK SW*






1. (KJ 274/27)
Bellamy, Peter F ps2 or v conc MS®

R

2. 'Have you news of my boy Jack?' (KJ 261/40) av BBC, BL
German, Edward Sir v pf/orch GenPS Lon 1917 BM

Probably set at Kipling's request (KJ 298/43)


Star
Lewins®


1999
APW
KJ

3. Seven Songs
Roe, Betty s pf Thames Lon 1993 BM

4. ? By Kipling
Saint Quentin, E psn



CPM
MY BROTHER MOWGLI (KJ 225/48) Alma-Ata JB Nakipov, D lib rock opera ballet

1982 KJ
MY FATHER’S CHAIR (see ‘Kipling Songs, Three’) av BL HofE* Green, Charles A F v pf Schott Lon 1923 AW
“MY GIRL SHE GAVE ME THE GO ONEST” (see ‘Private Ortheris’s Song’)





MH
MY LADY’S LAW (KJ 223/42) Enlarged from N/SfB* Bellamy, Peter F v g MS arr Chris Birch®

R
“MY NEW-CUT ASHLAR” (see ‘Scenes from Kipling’)
omits v4
LH* Tate, Phyllis Margaret v pf MS
1975 BM
MY RIVAL 'From Age to Age endure' v1-2 only av NZL DD* Hamilton, David vmed pf Hamilton Auc 1988 NZL
NATURAL THEOLOGY (see 'Undertaker's Horse') YB* Fish, Leslie v g Centau® Cal 1985® RF
NEIGHBOURS BMFS 50, 345 av BL L&R* Davies, H Walford Sir v pf/v chm Boosey Lon 1932 BL
NEW AULD LANG SYNE (See 'Auld Lang Syne')






NEW ARGUMENT, THE (see 'Old Issue')
Fish, Leslie





Parody by Tom Holt not K Fish Leslie v g CChord 14 Cal
BM
NIGHT-SONG IN THE JUNGLE (see ’Jungle Book’) JB*






1. (see ‘Jungle Book, Six Songs’ from the') av BL
Bright, Dora vl/h pf Elkin Lon 1903 BM

2. 'The moon is bright' ad (see 'Jungle Book')
Cooper, B B song show
2004 BM

3. (see ‘Jungle Book’)
Grainger, Percy A ttbb acap MS av GMus
1898 PG

First Grainger Kipling setting Revised 1924 av BL
G17 ttbb acap Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon
1925
1996
GT
R

4. Op18 No2 ‘Chanson de Nuit dans la Jungle’
(see ‘Jungle Book’)

Koechlin, Charles a b chf orch/pf Combre
RCA®

1899-1900
1994
BM
R

5. Noakes, Tony
Noakes?

MW

6. 'Nocturne' (see 'Jungle, les Chants de la')
d'Udine, Jean v pf Leduc Par 1907 BM

7. + v3 'Morning Song in the Jungle' (see 'Mowgli's Jungle')
Mike Westbrook v ch g fl perc MS
1981 BM
“NON NOBIS DOMINE” Three Poems av BBC * Quilter, Roger v pf Boosey
1934 GF

(KJ 32/102) BMF S461 av BL

ch satb str/orch/pf Boosey Lon 1934 MM




chm2 orch/pf/org Boosey Lon 1938 GT




ps ssa

ca1951 MM




unis


NG
NORMAN AND SAXON Title of Longcor Kipling Album (see individual songs) HofE* Longcor, Michael v g kb dr Firebird®
1995® FAM
NORTH SEA PATROL, THE (see 'Fringes of the Fleet') SW* Phillips, F B
roneo

MU
NORTHERN BALLAD (see "There were three friends")






“NOW CHIL THE KITE BRINGS HOME THE NIGHT” (see 'Night Song in the Jungle')






NUIT BLANCHE, LA DD* Fish, Leslie v g live®
1989® RF
OAK, ASH & THORN ‘Puck’stories (see individual songs) Title used also in BBC radio dramatisation by Lt Col A R Rawlinson ca 1967
Bellamy, Peter F v(s) r vn g conc/pf Robbins® Lon 1971 BM

1. ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’ ‘A Tree Song’ PoPH ‘Weland’s Sword’





2. ‘King Henry VII and the Shipwrights’ R&F ‘Wrong Thing’ tune ‘Gallant Frigate Amphitrit’e’ - Lancashire trad





3. ‘Sir Richard’s Song’ PoPH ‘Young Men at the Manor’ tune after ‘Gardner Child' - Scots ballad





4. ‘Our Fathers of Old’ R&F ‘Doctor of Medicine’ ‘Limerick Rake’





5. 'Three-Part Song’ PoPH ‘Dymchurch Flit’ tune ex ‘Jockey to the Fair’ - English Morris





6. ‘Cold Iron’ R&F various folk





7. ‘Frankie’s Trade’ R&F ‘Simple Simon’ tune first line ‘Go Down Ye Red Roses’ sea-shanty





8. ‘Ballad of Minepit Shaw’ R&F ‘Tree of Justice’ Appalachian variants British ballads





9. ‘Poor Honest Men’ R&F 'Priest in spite of Himself’ ‘Spanish Ladies’ - trad sea song





10. ‘Philadelphia’ R&F ‘Brother Square-Toes’





11. ‘Brookland Road’ R&F ‘Marklake Witches’ melody first line ‘Little Black Horse’





12. ‘Looking-Glass’ R&F ‘Gloriana’ tune line from ‘Just As The Tide Was A-Flowing’




“OF ALL THE TRIBE OF TEGUMAI” (see ‘Merrow Down’ Part II)






“OH! MR KIPLING ( THE BLOOD-RED TAPE)” [?] Atkins, Norton (v pf) Sheard Lon 1900 GT
OLD FIGHTING MEN (see 'Pity Poor Fighting Men')






OLD ISSUE, The FN*






1. Opening segment only
Creasey, Mary v g

1997 RF

2. Abridged (see 'Undertaker's Horse')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF

Parody (see 'New Argument')






OLD MOTHER LAIDINWOOL (KJ 239/42) av BBC PoPH/SfB* Enlarged from Old Song' sung in hop-gardens





1.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

2. Av BBC, BL
Shaw, Martin Fallas bar pf Curwen Lon 1919 GT
OLD SONG, AN
Albums 'Lovers Heroes & Rogues', 'Norman and Saxon'
DD* Longcor, Michael v g bod eb/dr Centaur® Cal 1988® FAM
OOLDEST SONG, THE MS Meerut, India av WSRO YB* Burt, Michael
MS
1927 KS
“ON THE ROAD TO MANDALAY“ (see ‘Mandalay’)






"ONCE IN SO OFTEN", KING SOLOMON SAID, (see "Banquet Night")






ONLY SON, THE “She dropped the bar” 'In the Rukh' MI*






1. (see ‘Jungle Book’) "The Only Son lay down again"
Grainger, Percy A voices inst MS av BL
1945,7 PG

MS av GMus 1945-7 final Kipling setting av BL
G21 s t satbb 8-23inst Schott
Hyperion®
Chandos®
Lon
Lon
1958
1996
1999
GT
R
R

2. Setting in doubt (GT: see "Lark will make her hymn")
Ives, Charles Edward
n.t.

PEN

3. Albums 'Norman and Saxon', 'Heartburn'
Longcor, Michael v g kb dr Firebird®
1995® FAM
OONTS (Northern India Transport Train) B-RB1*






1.
Baas, Alexius psm (acap?) FischerJ NY 1927 SY

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Third Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1897
2004
SY
R
ORCS (see 'Boots') Parody by Michael Hopcroft not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 17 Cal
BM
"OUR FATHERS ALSO" Heading 'Below the Mill Dam' T&D* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
“OUR FATHERS OF OLD” R&F*






1. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2. Title third Leslie Fish Album (see individual songs)
Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® LF

Parody (see 'Wonderful Songs: Shameless Plug')






OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS av BL
'Six Songs Op 3 No4
FN* Davies, H Walford Sir (bar pf) NovEw Lon 1897 SY
SES
OVER THE EDGE OF THE PURPLE DOWN“ (see ‘City of Sleep’)






PAGETT, M.P. DD* Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
PAIN-GELD (see 'Dane-Geld') Parody by David Hodge not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 30 Cal 1990 BM
PALACE, THE (see 'Cold Iron', 'Program') FN* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
“PALE HANDS I LOVED “ (see 'Indian Love Lyrics' III)






PARADE SONG OF THE CAMP ANIMALS (see 'Cavalry Horses', Elephants of the Gun-teams', 'Gun-Bullocks', 'Screw-Gun Mules')






PARTING OF THE COLUMNS, THE FN* Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
PEACE OF DIVES, THE FN* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
“PEOPLE OF THE EASTERN ICE, THE” (see 'Inuit')






PEORA HUNT, THE (see ‘Jungle Book’) PTftH* Grainger, Percy A ct t bar b3 MS av GMus
1901 PG

Verse Heading 'Cupid's Arrows'.

ch5 acct opt MS av BL
1906 PG

1906 version Youthful Tone-Works av BL
G 14 satbb pf inst ad lib Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon
1924
1996
GT
R
PHILADELPHIA R&F*






1. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm (g) conc/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® RF
PICT SONG, A (see 'Cold Iron') 'The Little Folk' PoPH*






1.
Bragg, Billy pop BMG®
1996 MA

2.
Fish, Leslie/
Frohman, Mary
v g Centaur® Cal 1965/83 RF

Parodies (see 'Pict Song 2.0', 'Revenge of the Stomped-upon Pussycats', 'Song of the Moggy Horde', 'We are the Linux Folk, We')






PICT SONG 2.0 parody by Isaac Bonewits not K Fish Leslie v g Xeno 49 Cal 1994 BM
PIET “I do not love my Empire’s foes” av BL FN* R-W, A C? (v pf) Boosey Lon 1908 SY
PIGS AND BUFFALOES (see 'Goats, Pigs and Buffaloes')






PILGRIM’S WAY, A (see 'Kip-l-ing', parody) YB* Bellamy, Peter F vm conc vm va/vn MS arr Chris Birch®

R
PINK DOMINOES DD* Elkin, W A (v pf) Sheard Lon 1894 SY
PIRATES IN ENGLAND, THE
Albums 'Lovers Heroes and Rogues', 'Norman and Saxon'
HofE* Longcor, Michael v g fl bod eb/kb Centaur® Cal 1988® FAM
“PIT WHERE THE BUFFALO COOLED HIS HIDE” (see 'Peora Hunt')






“PITY POOR FIGHTING-MEN” WNo3* Spanish Ladies' rhythm and material





1. "Old Fighting Men" (see 'Norman and Saxon')
Longcor, Michael v g fl kb dr Firebird®
1995® FAM

2. “All the world over,” av BL
Shaw, Martin Fallas bar pf Curwen Lon 1919 GT
POEMA DE LA JUNGLA, EL Symphonic Suite after Kipling
Improvised dance Middlesex University 2008

Obradors, Fernando orch


R
“POOR HONEST MEN” R&F* Fits Irish Air 'Cockles and Mussels'





1. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’) trad 'Spanish Ladies' ,br>(see 'Farewell Greenwich ladies')
Bellamy, Peter F arr vm vn g /pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2.
Fish Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

3. (see 'Norman and Saxon')
Longcor, Michael v g kb Firebird®
1995® FAM
PORTENT, THE (Horace Book V Ode 20)
(see 'Our Fathers of Old')
D&C* Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® LF
POST THAT FITTED, THE DD* Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
PRAIRIE, THE (KJ 279/39) In a stage production ‘The Town that was Born Lucky’ Medicine Hat, Alberta LttF* Foster, Stephen v pf

1996 KJ
PRAYER, THE “My brother kneels,” Ch XIV Kim* Norburn, Ellen (v pf) Escott Lon 1921 PU
PRESS, THE (see 'Undertaker's Horse') DofC* Fish, Leslie v g type Centaur® Cal 1985® RF
“PRICE OF ADMIRALTY” (see 'Song of the Dead’)






PRIVATE ORTHERIS’S SONG LH*






1. "My girl she gave me the go onest," (see 'Soldiers Three')
Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

“His girl she gave him the go onst,”v1 only, changed
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. Popular WW1 tune Parody “I learned about horses from her”
(Stenzel, Kurt H ad) (v pf) MS

KHS
PRODIGAL SON, THE Enlarged from Ch V Kim Kim*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

2. (see 'Undertaker's Horse')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF



(Mattinson, David arr) v pf MS®
2004 BM
PROGRAM, THE (see 'Palace') Parody by Gary McGath not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 97 Cal 2002 BM
PROPHETS AT HOME (see ‘Merlin’s Isle’) PoPH* Bellamy, Peter F vm vn Robbins® Lon 1972 GT
PUCK’S SONG PoPH*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle of Gramarye’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm vn Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2. (see 'Cold Iron')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
“PUSSY CAN SIT BY THE FIRE AND SING”







1. (see "First Friend")







2. (see 'Just So Stories' Red Table)






PUZZLER, THE (KJ 292/36) A&R* fits tune ‘Garden where the Praties grow’



KJ

'The English' Music Hall feel
Westbrook, Mike v hm sax sdr MS
1981 BM
QUEEN’S MEN, THE “Valour and Innocence” R&F*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle of Gramarye’) Elizabethan style
Bellamy, Peter F ct lu org Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2. (see 'Songs') av BBC, BL
Hely-Hutchinson, C V v pf Elkin Lon 1937 SY
QUEEN’S SHILLING, THE "Not very many years ago" not K Maynard, Walter psn v pf Metzler Lon 1879 KJ

Compare ‘Private Ortheris’s Song’ (KJ 251/27)
words and music Walter Maynard (Thomas Willert Beale)




QUEEN’S UNIFORM (see ‘Tommy’)





QUEST, THE (see 'Cold Iron') * Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1965/83 RF
RECESSIONAL “God of our fathers, known of old,” (KJ 255/13, 282/34) FN*
hymn




1. Supplementary Hymn Tunes No1 av BL
Aitken C hymn Aitken Penz 1915 BL

2. av BL
Alvis, George E
Novello Lon 1917 BL

3.
Bellamy, Peter F v ch MS®

R

4. Anthem for Durham Cathedral, 'Kipling Songs'
Bennett, J S L D Rev v/ch pf/org dr MS
ca1920 GT

another setting
Bennett, J C L D Rev unis/satb MS

BM

5. Tune ‘Kipling' 'Worship-Song' (KJ 11/27)
Berridge, A c/r W Garrett Horder



KJ

Ten Great Hymns with Tunes for War Time

hymn Clarke

TB

6.
Bidder, H F (hymn) S&B Lon 1913 PU

7. "Lest we forget" BSSB, MH-B889
Blanchard, George F v pf Birchard Bos 1920 SY

av BBC. BL

hymn Reid Lon 1916 BL

8. Festival anthem av BL
Bohannan,Jean anthem Presser Ph 1916 BL

9. Countess Radnor av BL
Bouverie, Helen M P hymn Novello Lon 1918 SY

10 av BL.
Brierley, William B hymn Novello Lon 1918 PU

11. “Lest We Forget” Choral Misc 100 Anthem Av BL
Sung at Wembley Exhibition 1924

Bunning, Herbert (v pf) Boosey Lon 1911 SY
MW

12. Empire Day Song 3 av BL
Carter, Edmund S Rev hymn Maddison Lon 1905 BL





Banks York
PU

13. Apollo Club 336 av BL
Clark, Seth ps ttbb Curwen Lon 1907 BL

14. Ode
Clough-Leighter, Henry ch (acap?) Boston Bos 1915 GT

15. Hymn for Empire Day av BL
Coulter, A J Humphrey unis v org perc Novello Lon 1910 GT

16. Printed in Ladies Home Journal May 1898 av BL
de Koven, Reginald L v ch H&C Lon 1898 BL




vl/h pf Church Cin 1898 SY




chf2/3/ch4/chm4







vl/h pf Presser Ph 1926 SY

av BBC

s/t pf Boosey Lon 1953 BM



(Frank, J L arr) pf Church Cin 1916 SY

17. {Tune ‘Melita’, A&M 370, HUCC516 (KJ 249/34)
Dykes, John Bacchus hymn 'Eternal Father' Clowes Lon 1861 SY

{Poem written to this tune (KJ 11/03, 61/21, 282/35)

ttbb or satb Curwen Lon
BM

{Sung St Paul’s Thanksgiving WW1 Nov PCB 837 av BL

satb Novello Lon 1910 BL

{Sung Westminster Abbey Kipling Funeral January 1936





AL

- Abortive attempts (KJ 254/26, 282/35)
Elgar, Edward Sir
n.t.
1900 KJ

18. Cantata
Elliott, D Morgan ch (orch?) Novello Lon 1912 GT

19. (see 'Our Fatheers of Old'')
Fish, Leslie v g voc Random®
1993® RF

20. av BL
Fogg, D de St C hymn Williams Lon 1919 SY

21. av BL
Foote, Arthur W ps (acap) Schmidt Bos 1914 BL

22. "Lord, God of All (?Hosts)" av BL [?} Forest, John ch satb Marlen Bev 1957 BL

23. av BL
Foster, Godwin L ch West Lon 1915 PU

Choral No 4392

ch (acap?) West Lon 1918 SY

? mistaken; should be Foster above
Fraser, Godwin
West

APW

24. av BL
Gentry, Alfred J hymn Novello Lon 1918 SY




ttbb pf/org




25.
Gibb, Robert W s/t satb pf/org Fischer NY
GT




tt bb pf/org

26.. Anthem CM 4202 av BL
Gilchrist, William W ch org SchirmerG NY 1902 SY

27. av BL
Glover, Charles unis hymn Clowes Lon 1937 BL

28.
Grainger, Percy A hymn MS av GMus
1905 PG

MS av GNY 1905, 29 (PG) av BL v4-5 "may be left out"
G18 hymn satbb org Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon
1930
1996

R

29.
Hadley, Henry K (v pf) Schmidt Bos 1904 SY

30. av BL
Holt, G E hymn Novello Lon 1914 SY

31.
Hopkins, George E (v pf) Leechman SanF 1906 GT

"God of our Fathers" ? same as above av BL


Novello Lon 1910 GT

32.. “God of our fathers” Laurel Song Book
Huss, Henry Holden (v pf) Birchard Bos 1901 SY

33. Book of Common Praise 316 (Canada)
Jones, James Edmund hymn

1938 BM

34. Anthem av BL
Keeton,Haydn anthem Novello Lon 1926 BL

35. ASB
Lawrence, C H arr (v pf) Ginn Bos
GT

36. tune ‘Rottingdean’ (St Margaret's) (KJ 282/35, 283/55)
Lawson, Gordon hymn


KJ

37. Anthem av BL
Leechman, John anthem Leechman SanF 1906 BL

38. Victorian Ode for Chorus Op61 av BL
Leighter, Henry C ch pf/org Boston Bos 1915 BL

39. av BL
M, H B?
Weekes Lon 1916 BL

40. Victorian Ode av BL
Manney, Charles F v pf Schmidt Bos 1907 SY

41. Anthem PCB 772 av BL
Martin, George C Sir satb org Novello Lon 1908 SY

42. Anthem
Matthews, H Alexander ch orch SchirmerG Bos 1918 GT

43. av BL
Meredith D Margaret ch org/pf br Novello Lon 1912 BL

44. De Profundis av BL
Monk, H Wooding hymn Novello Lon 1931 BL

45. Anthem PCB 777 av BL
Naylor, Edward W satb Novello Lon 1903 BL

46. Church Choir c/r George F Rosche
Nevin, George B psm4 (pf)

1900 SY

47. (KJ 17/03)
Paramor, Arthur A hymn KJ
1931 KJ

48. av BL
Parez C C Th hymn Novello Lon 1915 BL

49. “Lest We Forget”
Parks, J A ch2 (acap?) Parks Nebr 1922 SY

50. “Lest We Forget”
Penn, Arthur A (v pf) vn obl Witmark NY 1925 GT




ch2, ssa/tbb, ch4 Witmark NY 1925 GT

51. av BL
Porter. Adrian
Weekes Lon 1916 BL

52. St Olave’s School Hymnal (KJ 8/16)
Ryley, Harold B hymn

<1905 KJ

53. ? text by Kipling
Sanders, Robert Levine satb orch Gray NY <1964 GT

54. National Anthem av BL
Schnecker, Peter A anthem DitsonO Bos 1898 BL

55. av BL
Shelley, Harry Rowe s ch org SchirmerG NY ca 1916 BL

av BL

v pf SchirmerG Bos 1917 SY

56. PSHB 229 1st tune 'Dartmouth'
Somervell, Arthur Sir hymn Novello Lon
BM

57. “God of our Fathers” av BL
Starmer, William W satb/v org Weekes Lon 1915 BL




hymn Summy Chi
PU

58.
Sterns, C C (v pf) W-SM Bos 1906 SY

59. “Lest We Forget” av BL
Straker, John A hymn West Lon 1914/15 BL

Tried at Kipling’s request (KJ 11/03, 61/21, 282/35)
Sullivan, Arthur S Sir
n.t.

KJ

60. “Lest We Forget” av BL
Sweeting, Edward T ps satb Deanne Lon 1924 SY

61. "God of our Fathers" av BL
Vincent W K E
Anglo-Can Tor 1915 BL

62. “Lest We Forget” av BL
Walker, A F hymn Walker Alt 1914 SY

63.
Warren, George W satb bnd FischerC NY
GT

64.
Willan, James Healey v pf/org, satb pf/org Harris Oakv 1928 GT

65. CH 637, PSHB 229 2nd tune 'Recessional'
Wood, Charles A hymn Novello

SY

66.
Woodman, R H chm (acap?) SchirmerG Bos 1900 SY

67.
Yemm, Louis William hymn Methodist Ade 1917 NZL

68. A&MR 501, EH 249 (KJ 249/34) tune ‘Agincourt’
15th C English hymn


KJ

69. EH 558, SofP 317 tune ‘Folkingham’
Supplement 1708 hymn OUP Lon 1906 BM
RED DOG, THE JB*



1941 PG

1. (see ‘Jungle Book’)
Grainger, Percy A ttbb MS av GMus



MS av GMus 1941 (PG) ?av BL
G19 ttbb acap Schott
Hyperion®

Lon

1996
GT
R

2. 'La Loi de la Jungle' (see 'Jungle, les Chants de la')
d'Udine, Jean v pf Leduc Par 1907 BM
REEDS OF RUNNYMEDE, THE HofE*






1. 'Serious Steel'
Fish, Leslie v g Random®
1996® RF

2. (see ‘Kipling Songs, Three’) omits v4 av BL
Green, Charles A F v pf Schott Lon 1923 AW
RESERVIST OF THE LINE (see ‘Married Man’)






RETURN, THE FN* Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
REVENGE OF THE STOMPED-UPON PUSSYCATS (see 'Pict Song')







Parody by Susan Landerman not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 36 Cal
BM
RHYME OF THE THREE SEALERS, THE SS* Grainger, Percy A ch orch MS unf av GWash
1900-1901 PG




sattbbb orch? MS unf av GMus
1900-1901 GT

"Away by the lands of the Japanee" (see 'Song of the Dead')

ch MS av GMus
1909 PG




chm Bardic

AW

Retitled 'AT TWILIGHT' full score v1-2 Kipling, rest PAG

t ch6 acap MS av GMus
1909 PG

New text "Away by the reefs of the Chilean coast" by PAG/?Margot Harrison
NO reference to Kipling in published score (?refused permission to mix words)


t ch6 acap Schott Lon 1913 PG

'At Twilight' The Easy Grainger

pf Bardic
Nimbus®
1939 PG
RHYME OF TRUE THOMAS, THE (see ‘Last Rhyme of True Thomas’)






RIDDLE, THE “China-going P. & O.’s” 'Crab that Played with the Sea' (see ‘Just So Song Book’) JSS* German, Edward Sir v pf MacM
Lewins®
Lon 1903
1999
GT
KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT
“RIDE WITH AN IDLE WHIP” PTftH* Grainger, Percy A bar pf MS av BL
1899 GT

Verse heading: shortest Grainger song BD 0436 LH 'Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin'
Bardic
Chandos®
Ayl 1993
1999
PGS
R 0
RIKKI-TIKKI-TAVI (see ‘Jungle Book, Impressions from the', 'Challenge of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi')






“RIMINI” “When I left Rome for Lalage’s sake” PoPH*






1. 'Cenrurion's Song' v1 only av BL
Bruce, Florence v pf Novello Lon 1907 BL

2. 'Marching Song of the Roman Legions' av BL
Edmonds, Paul N bar pf Enoch Lon 1919 SY

3. (see 'Songs of a Roman legion') av BL
Ferrers, Herbert bar chm orch Boosey Lon 1937 BL

4. (see 'Cold Iron')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF

5. v1 only av BL
Troubridge, Amy (v pf) Elkin Lon 1908 SY

Parodies (see 'Freedom', 'Lalage II')






RIMMON (see 'Cold Iron') FN* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1965/83 RF
RIPPLE SONG, A ‘The Crocodile’
psn Rev J S L Dampier Bennett 'Kipling Songs'
JB* Dampier, L v pf MS
ca1920 GT
ROAD THROUGH THE WOODS, THE (see 'Way through the Woods')






ROAD-SONG OF THE BANDAR-LOG JB*






1. (see ‘Jungle Book, Six Songs from the’) av BL
Bright, Dora vl/h pf Elkin Lon 1903 BM

2.
Eppert, Carl chm pf or orch MS
1930 GT

3. Symphonic Poem (see ‘Jungle Book’)
Koechlin, Charles





4. (see 'Jungle, les Chants de la')
d'Udine, Jean v pf Leduc Par 1907 BM

5. 'Song of the Bandar-Log' (see 'Mowgli's Jungle')
Westbrook, Mike v g fl bg perc tim MS
1981 BM
ROLLING DOWN TO RIO JSS*






1. (see 'Just So Songs') Commissioned Farnham Festival
Ayres, Paul chy pf perc

2007 BM

2.. ‘Roll Down to Rio’ Bellamy, Peter F v conc MS®

R

3. (see ‘Just So Song Book’)
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM
Lewins®
Lon 1903
1999
BM
KJ
SY

® Peter Dawson Zono/HMV 1911/31

v pf/orch Novello
HMV®
Lon 1909
1911-31
BM
R

OrpheusNew Series 551

ttbb pf Novello Lon 1916 GT

PSB Second Series 1327

satb pf Novello Lon 1918 BM




v pf, vm’s Gray NY 1916 SY




ps Gray NY 1918,9 SY




bar pf orch Victor®
1923 NJ




ps2 sa pf Novello Lon 1925 BM



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT

Broadcast 1933,4 2 extra bars at end (KJ 298/45)
(Hely-Hutchinson arr) bar 2pf


KJ

av BL
Ramsey, Basil arr ssa pf Novello Lon 1963 BCM

4. (see 'Norman and Saxon')
Longcor, Michael v g kb dr Firebird®
1995® FAM
ROMAN CENTURION’S SONG, THE HofE*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

2. (see 'Our Fathers of Old')
Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF
ROSE OF VIETNAM
Inspired by and has first line of 'The Scholars' (Keats 'Eve of St Agnes' XXVII)
not K Garvey, Mary v g


Web
ROUTE MARCHIN’ "Grand Trunk Road" B-RB1*






1.
Bellamy, Peter v conc MS®

GT

v1 only "We're marching on relief" (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ First Series) av KSL, BBC
omitsv5,6

Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1892
2004
SY
R

3. BrSSB
Geddes, A Campbell v pf B&F Lon >1901 BM

4. Swan edition 63 omits v3,5 (KJ 230/38 PDS) av BBC , BL
McCall, J Petter psn v pf Swan Lon 1930 SY

® Peter Dawson

v (ch) orch HMV®
1930--35® PD

5. av BBC
Stock, Geo Chadwick (v pf) Church NY 1915 SY

6. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 12/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT
RUDYARD KIPLING WALTZES dedicated to RK av BL [?] Monico, L J
Paull NY 1898 SY
RUN OF THE DOWNS, THE R&F* recalls Cornish folk tune 'Furry Dance'/'Floral Dance'





(see ‘Merlin’s Isle’) trad
Bellamy, Peter F arr vm vn Robbins® Lon 1972 GT
RUNES ON WELAND'S SWORD, THE (see 'Cold Iron') PoPH* Fish, Leslie v g r Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
RUNNING OF SHINDAND, THE LH* Grainger, Percy A ttbarbb acap MS av GMus
1901 PG

"There's a convict more" 'Head of the District'

chm6 str MS av BL
1904 PG

1901 version av BL
G9 ttbarbb Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon
1922
1996
PG
R

Recorded

vc5 MS av GEst
1946 PG





Bardic Ayl
AW




vc5 Chandos®
1997 R
RUNNYMEDE (see 'Reeds of Runnymede')






RUSSIA TO THE PACIFISTS YB* similar carol "God rest ye merry, gentleman,"





1.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

2.
Gold, Lee and Barry v g


BM

3.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
SACK OF THE GODS, THE Enlarged from N* N* Fish, Leslie v g private®
1965 LF



Frohman, Mary
(Asprin, Robert ad)
vm vf g private

MSM
SAILING ON THE SEA: A HOMEWARD VOYAGE
Book, Music, Lyrics based on
CC Fakoury, Peter J musical Fakoury Vir ca 1992 NZL
SAPPERS * Gold, Lee and Barry v g


BM
ST HELENA LULLABY, A R&F*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle of Gramarye’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm vn Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
SCENES FROM KIPLING (see individual songs)
Tate, Phyllis Margaret
n.t. OUP

GTR



(psn Duncan, Margaret) bar pf OUP?
1976 Web

1. ‘Dedication’ “My New-Cut Ashlar” LH* Tate, Phyllis Margaret v pf MS
1975 BM

2. ‘Absent-Minded Beggar’ * Tate, Phyllis Margaret v pf MS
1975 BM

3. ‘L’Envoi’ ‘Long Trail’ “There’s a whisper” * Tate, Phyllis Margaret v pf MS
1975 BM
SCHOLARS, The (see 'Rose of Vietnam')






SCHOOL SONG, A “Let us now praise famous men” S&Co* fits tune 'Pop! goes the weasel'



CC

1.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

2.
Gibbs, Geoffrey D soli ch orch Harper's
1899 GT

3. Op54 'Encomion'
Lutyens, A Elisabeth ch br perc/pf redn MS av BL
1963 BL
SCREW-GUN MULES (KJ 251/50)
‘Parade-Song of the Camp-Animals’
JB* written to old English tune ‘Lincolnshire Poacher’



KJ
SCREW-GUNS “Smokin’ my pipe on the mountings” B-RB1* fits variant of tune 'Seven Joys of Mary'





1. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Third Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1897
2004
SY
R

omits v3,6 can be added ® Peter Dawson

v ch orch HMV®
1935® PD

2. Gunner Songs and Poems No1 music ad (KJ 283/23)
‘Eton Boating Song’ vm chm pf Gunner
1960 BM
SEA AND THE HILLS, THE "Who hath desired the Sea?" FN *
Kim
Gurney, Ivor Bertie
MS av Gurney A
ca1904 SES
SEA-WIFE, THE SS*






1. Minneapolis concert
Bok, Gordon


1987 Web

2. "There dwells a wife"
Grainger, Percy A v pf MS av GMus
1898 PG

MS 1905 av GMus (PG) Youthful Tone-works av BL
G22 bar ad lib satb pf/du Schott Lon 1948 GT

av BL

bar ad lib satb br/str

1950 PG

BD 0642

v pf Bardic Ayl 1993 PGS




satb br/str Chandos®
1997 R
SEAL LULLABY 'The White Seal' JB*






1.
Atkinson, Robert (v pf) SchirmerG Bos 1909 SY






NY 1909 PU

2. Five Songs No2 av BL
Ballieu, Vere (v pf) Private
1953 BL

3. (see ‘Jungle Book’, Six Songs from the') av BL
Bright, Dora vl/h pf Elkin Lon 1903 BM

4. Holiday Songs and Lullabies
Colvin, Shawn folk/pop Sony®
1998 MA

5. Hawkes/Winthrop Rogers av BL
Cooke, Greville V T ch Hawkes Lon 1928 BL

6. av BL
Davies, H Walford Sir v pf Novello Lon 1942 GT

7. ‘Maktah, Berceuse phoque’ (see 'Jungle, Trois Chants')
Delage, Maurice Charles v pf Sénart Par 1935 GT

tr Louis Fabulet, Robert d'Humières

v orch


NG

8. 'Lullaby' much adapted from words by Kipling in pencil
Haydon, Claude M a vn pf MS av NZL

NZL

pf acct revised

a pf MS av NZL

NZL

9. ‘Seal’s Lullaby’
Johns, Clayton v pf MS av NYPL
<1932 GT

10. Op18 No1 ‘Seal Lullaby’ (see ‘Jungle Book’)
Koechlin, Charles ms chf orch/pf Combre
RCA®

1899-1910
1994
BM
R

'Berceuse Phoque' tr Louis Fabulet, Robert d'Humières







11. "Hush you, my baby" 'Lie still and slumber'
words Timothy Dudley-Smith inspired by Kipling line

Ledger, Philip satb kb Encore
2005

12. ‘Mother-Seal’s Lullaby’ (see ‘Seal Songs, Two’) av BL
Lehmann, Liza s/ms/a pf Chappell Lon 1908 M-S

13.
Leich, Roland (v pf?) SchirmerG NY <1940 GT

14. Handel introduction, Schumann canon
Pirates and Cowboys More Songs for You & Me

Purdy, Linda W v pf MCR 21®

BM

15. Five Songs Op5 av BL
Spalding, Walter R (v pf?) SchirmerG NY 1930 BL

16. For animated film, later abandoned
Whitacre, Eric vf pf

2004

Arrangement commissioned Towne Singers

satb pf Chester®
2008 BM

17. ‘White Seal’s Lullaby’ Songs
Wood, Erskine v pf-Thompson, R SchirmerG NY 1922 GT

18.
Wood, Heather v


BM
SEAL SONGS, TWO (see individual songs) av BBC JB Lehmann, Liza s/ms/a pf Chappell Lon 1908 M-S

1. ‘Mother Seal’s Lullaby’ “Oh! hush thee, my baby”







2. ‘Seal Song’ ‘Mother Seal’s Song’ “You mustn’t swim till you’re six weeks old,”






SERGEANT'S WEDDING, THE (see 'Undertaker's Horse') SS* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF
"SERVANT WHEN HE REIGNETH, A"
(see 'Our Fathers of Old', 'Kanevsky when He Filketh' parody))
SfB* Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1993® RF
SERVICE CCL9 av BL
'In the Interests of the Brethren' "We have showed thee, O Man" RK from Micah VI v8 sung by Lodge
D&C Shaw, Martin Fallas ps Cramer Lon 1928 BL
SESTINA OF THE TRAMP ROYAL SSSB (not 1897) SS* ?



KF
SHILLIN’ A DAY B-RB1* fits Irish jigs eg 'Vilikins and his Dinah' (BrSSB)



CC

1. (see Barrack-Room Ballads)
Bellamy, Peter F v pd MS®

GT

v1 only (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Second Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1893
2004
SY
R

3. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 10/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT
SHIPMATES Words F E Wetherly (KJ 311/8) not K Adams, Stephen (v pf)

1885 KJ
“SHIPS DESTROY US ABOVE, THE” (see “Tin Fish”)






SHIV AND THE GRASSHOPPER JB*






1. (see ‘Jungle Book, Six Songs from the') v1 only av BL
Bright, Dora vl/h pf Elkin Lon 1903 BM

2. 'Lullaby' May Catlin (AL) av BL
Hunt, Raymond psn (v pf) Boosey Lon 1896 SY

3. av BBC (Curwen), BL
Whitehead, Percy A (v pf) G&T Lon 1912 SY
SHON CAMPBELL "Shon Campbell went to College" not K Barratt, W Augustus v pf B&F Gla 1897 KF

Parody of 'Story of Uriah' SSSB
Published separately

words W A Mackenzie





Published separately


Cramer Lon

SHOPMATES Parody (see 'Shipmates') (KJ 304/51)
Supposed sung Leo Dryden 'My Great and Only'
not K ?



KJ
SHUT-EYE SENTRY, THE B-RB2*






1. av BL
Crimp, Herbert E (v pf) Prowse Lon 1900 SY

2.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
SILENT CITIES Kipling's description Somme cemeteries
Turnage, Mark-Anthony inst


Web
SIR RICHARD’S SONG PoPH*






1. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm g/pf Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

2. 'Four Songs' No3 av BL
Fitzgerald, Augustine (v pf) G&T Lon 1926 BL





Curwen Lon <1940 GT

3. av BL
Wurzburg, William F (v pf) Novello Lon 1937 BL
SLUGGING A VAMPIRE 19 Songs (see 'Tarrant Moss') av BBC not K Ives, Charles Edward
NME SanF 1935 NG

Parody by Ives "I closed and drew, but not a gun"


MS
1902 GT
SMUGGLER’S SONG, A (KJ 239/42) PoPH*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle of Gramarye’) trad 'White Cockade'
Bellamy, Peter F arr ps3 Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2. ‘Smuggler’s Song to his Child’ Op2 MS av BL
Boult, Adrian C Sir vl pf B&H Lon 1912 SY

Second version


Cary

BL

3. Probably Rev J S L Dampier Bennett (KJ 06/27)
Dampier L ch unac Curwen

M-S

4. AC568 av BL
Edmonds, Paul N psm4 Curwen Lon 1920 PU

5.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF

6. ® Peter Dawson HMV 1920 av BBC. BL
Kernochan, Marshall v pf SchirmerG Bos 1911 SY






NY 1918 PU





Galaxy NY 1933 SY

7. New Scorpion Band
Laycock, Tim



BM

8. OCS 1222 av BL
Le Fleming, Chris unis pf OUP Lon 1950 GT

OCS T45 (BCM)

ch2 pf OUP Lon 1960 BM

9. Albums 'Lovers, Heroes & Rogues', 'Norman and Saxon'.
Longcor, Michael v g fl bod/mnd kb dr Centaur® Cal 1988® FAM

10. v1,3,4,6 only av BBC, BL
Lubbock, Mark v pf AH&C Lon 1952 BM

11. ® Peter Dawson HMV 1929/48 v1,2,6 only av BBC, BL
Mortimer, Charles G bar/b pf/orch Swan Lon 1914 SY

12. av BL
Müller, Max (v pf) NCA Lon 1907 GT

13. v1,2,6 onlyav BBC, BL
Mullinar, Michael unis pf Chappell Lon 1918 SY

14. BYS1125 av BL
Williams, Arnold satb/chm Banks York 1933 BL

Parody (see 'Smuggler's Song Updated')






SMUGGLER'S SONG UPDATED Parody by David Flin not K Longcor, Michael v g Xeno 16 Cal
BM
“SNARLEYOW” B-RB1* fits tune 'Collier Lad'



PB

1. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads' Third Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1897
2004
SY
R

2. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 8/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/60 DT
“SOLDIER AN’ SAILOR TOO” B-RB2*






1. Bugle March Royal Marines commission
Bugler Piner, Bandmaster





Royal Tournament 1990
WOI McDermot bnd Valentine®
ca1990 BM

2.
Ward-Higgs, William (v pf) Sheard Lon 1906 SY
SOLDIER, SOLDIER COME FROM THE WARS B-RB1*






1. (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads')
Bellamy, Peter F vf vm MS®
1990 GT

v1 only (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ First Series) av KSL, BBC
v1,2,4,7,8

Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf ch2 ad lib Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1892
2004
BM
R

3. No1 of 'Three Barrack-Room Ballads by RK for Baritone'
Grainger, Percy A bar pf MS av GMus
1898 PG

Youthful Tone-Works

v pf MS av BL
1899 PG

1st setting BD 0437 omits v3,6,8

v pf Bardic
Chandos®
Ayl
1996
PGS
R

developing dialogue possibilities

vf t chm MS av GMus
1907 PG

MS 1908 av BL, GMus (PG)
G13 a 3t 2b satbb hm opt Schott Lon 1925 GT

2nd setting BD 0644 omits v3,6

vm pf Bardic Ayl 1993 AW

4. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’)
Whiting, Arthur bar pf SchirmerG NY 1900 SY

5. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 3/12 Folk CD
Winsor, Martin bar g Disky®
1969/70 DT
SOLDIERS THREE (see individual songs) B-RB/ST/LH
PTftH







1. Play by Tony Perrin (KJ 252/56, 254/29)
Bellamy, Peter F
text in KSL
1989 KJ

New Victoria Theatre, N Staffs Mus Dir (Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w
1990 BM

'Baynit an' the Butt', 'Bill 'Awkins', 'Cells', 'Cholera Camp',







'Danny Deever', 'Follow me 'Ome', 'Ford o' Kabul River',







'Gentlemen-Rankers', 'Gunga-Din', "I kissed 'er in the kitchen",







'Ladies', 'Loot', 'Mandalay', 'Private Ortheris' Song', 'Route Marchin',







'Shillin' a Day', 'Soldier, Soldier', 'That Day', 'Tommy', 'Troopin''







'Two by Two', 'Widow at Windsor', 'Widow's Party',







'Young British Soldier', (see individual songs)







2. MGM film music
Deutsch, Adolph


1951 MW
SOLOMON AND BALKIS (see "There was never a Queen like Balkis")






SON OF GOD (MAN) GOES FORTH TO WAR, THE
Sung by Carnehan (KJ 249/49) v1 only
not K
MWBK
words, later corrected, Bishop Heber 1812



KJ

1. ‘St Anne’ A&M 165, MH-B 878 "O God, our help"
Croft, William hymn

1708

2.
Cutler, HS


1872

3. ‘Old 81st’ A&M 439,A&MR 529 "The Son of God"
Day’s Psalms hymn

1562

4. Film (see 'Man Who Would Be King')
Jarre, Maurice


1975
SONG IN STORM, A (see ‘Fringes of the Fleet') SW*






1. “Be well assured” ‘Fate’s Discourtesy’ av BBC, BL
Elgar, Edward Sir bar qt orch Enoch Lon 1917 GT





Chester





(Higgins,Tom arr) bar qt pf Somm®
2009 KS

v1,3,5

vl/med pf Enoch Lon 1917 BM

CCS 31
(Metcalfe, R D arr) satb Enoch Lon
M-S

2. "Be well assured" (KJ 298/43) v1,3,5 av BBC, BL
German, Edward Sir v pf Chappell
Lewins®
Lon 1916
1999
GT
KJ
SONG OF FEAR (see'Song of the Little Hunter')






SONG OF KALA NAG Op18 No3 (see ‘Jungle Book’) JB* Koechlin, Charles t (cht) orch/pf Combre
RCA®

1899-1901
1994
BM
R
SONG OF THANKSGIVING (see 'The Children's Song')






SONG OF THE BANJO banjo named Rudyard SS* Longcor, Michael v bj


ML
SONG OF THE CAT (see 'Chanson du Chat')






SONG OF THE DEAD, THE (see ‘Song of the English’) SS*






1. Part II “We have fed our sea” CHB1101 av BL
Bantock, Granville Sir ps Curwen Lon 1919 SY

2. Part II “We have fed our sea”
Bellamy, Peter F v conc MS®

R

3. ’(see‘Songs of the English’) Part I "We Were Dreamers"
Boughton, Rutland bar orch pf MS
1901 GT

Part II 'Price of Admiralty'


Dutton®
2007 R

4. Part I “We were dreamers”
Grainger, Percy A satb MS unf av GMus
1898-9 GT

Youthful Tone-Works

orch (also pf) MS unf av GMus
1899 PG




orch Bardic Ayl
AW

Part used in 1909 sketches of 'Rhyme of the Three Sealers'

s satb org? MS av GMus
1907 PG

5. Part II “We have fed our sea” sketches 1900/1 av BL
Grainger, Percy A ch6 br str MS av GMus
1904 PG

MS full score 1911 av BL
G2 ch6 br str Schott Lon 1911 PG




ch6 pf Schott Lon 1912 PG




ch br str Chandos®
1997 R

6. 40 earlier songs Ives Society Introduction
Ives,, Charles Edward (v pf) Peer NY
DN

"Hear now the Song of the Dead-" 17 Songs
ed J Kirkpatrick (JK)


1978 NG

7.
McMurray, Claire S v g

2003 RF

Parody Part II (see "We have fed you all for a thousand years")






SONG OF THE ENGLISH, A “Fair is our lot” SS*






1. CHB1102 av BL
Bantock, Granville Sir ch acap Curwen Lon 1919 PU

2. (see ‘Songs of the English’)
Boughton, Rutland bar orch pf MS
Dutton®

1901
2007
GT
R

3. Probably Rev J S L Dampier Bennett av BL
Dampier, L psn (BL) (v pf) MPA Lon 1899 SY

(KJ 06/27 see above)

ch unac Curwen

M-S

(see other parts ‘Coastwise Lights’, ‘Song of the Dead’, ‘Deep-Sea Cables’, ‘Song of the Sons’, ‘England’s Answer’)






SONG OF THE GALLEY-SLAVES (see 'Galley-Slave')






SONG OF THE LATHES, THE * ?"tune hummed at her lathe by Mrs L Embsay"



SY



Fish., Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
SONG OF THE LITTLE HUNTER JB*






1. 'It is Fear' shortened ad (see 'Jungle Book')
Armour, Janie vm acc db perc xyl private®
1995 BM

2. 'Song of Fear (see 'Mowgli's Jungle')
Westbrook, Mike v fl vib db co MS
1981 BM
SONG OF THE MEN’S SIDE R&F*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm chm ft Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2. (see 'Our Fathers of Old')
Fish, Leslie v g etc Random®
1965/93 RF
SONG OF THE MOGGY HORDE (see 'Pict Song')
Parody by John C Bunnell
not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 58 Cal 1997 BM
SONG OF THE PATHAN GIRL (see 'Love Song of Har Dyal')






SONG OF THE RED WAR-BOAT R&F*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle’)
Bellamy, Peter F vm chm Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2.
Coulson, Juanita v g


BM

3. (see 'Cold Iron')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
SONG OF THE SONS, THE (see ‘Songs of the English’) SS* Boughton, Rutland bar orch pf MS
1901 GT
SONG OF THE WHITE MEN, A (see 'Pity Poor Fighting Men')






SONG TO MITHRAS, A PoPH*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

2. (see 'Songs of a Roman Legion") av BL
Ferrers, Herbert bar chm orch Boosey Lon 1937 BL

3.
Fish Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

4. 'Choric Song' BYS1302 av BL
Hulbert, Hugh Reginald chm Banks York 1937 BL

5.
Jones, H Lang (v pf) Metzler Lon 1913 PU
SONG TOOMAI’S MOTHER SANG TO THE BABY, THE (see ‘Shiv and the Grasshopper’)






SONGS Supplementary Novello collection 'Settings of lyrics by Rudyard Kipling' (see individual songs)
Hely-Hutchinson, C V v pf Elkin Lon 1937 BL

1. 'Cuckoo Song'







2. 'Queen's Men'







3. 'Cities and Thrones and Powers'






SONGS words by Murray, Yeats, Kipling (see 'Egg Shell')
Mann, James Saumarez




SONGS OF A ROMAN LEGION Cycle av BL (see songs) [?] Ferrers, Herbert bar chm orch Boosey Lon 1937 BL

1. 'British-Roman Song'







2. "Rimini"







3. 'Song to Mithras'






SONGS OF MEN, THE Song Cycle (see individual songs)
Mácha, Otmar vl pf MS av SCSKU
1947 GT

1. 'Gipsy Trail' *






2. 'Hymn to Physical Pain' L&R*






3. 'If-' R&F*






4. "When Earth's last picture is painted" SS*





SONGS OF THE ENGLISH (see individual songs)
Boughton, Rutland {bar orch pf
{v pf
MS av BL
RBMT

1901 GT

1. “Fair is our lot” 'Song of the English'







2. ‘Coastwise Lights’







3. 'Song of the Dead' Part I "We were Dreamers"







4. ‘Price of Admiralty’ ‘Song of the Dead’ Part II “We have fed our sea”







5. ‘Deep-Sea Cables’







6. ‘Song of the Sons’ “One from the ends of the earth”






SONS OF MARTHA, THE *




SES

1. Sung by Edward Johnson c/r Canada, USA
Collins, Alice Roger vm pf

1934 BM

2.
Creasey, Mary v g


RF

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
SONS OF THE SUBURBS Written 1916 but never 'collected' (KJ 211, 269/47, 270/56) Parody of popular song (See ‘Abdulla Bulbul Ameer’)






SOUTH AFRICA “Lived a woman wonderful” * Roy, Nell (v pf) West Lon 1921 PU
SPRING RUNNING, THE Symphonic Poem (see 'Jungle Book') JB Koechlin, Charles




STELLENBOSCH FN* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
STORM CONE, THE * Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF
STORY OF URIAH, THE “Jack Barrett went to Quetta” DD*






1.
Fish, Leslie v g live®
1989® RF

2.
Jarvis, J W Y (v pf) Weaver Van 1922 PU
SUBMARINES (see “Tin Fish”)




1937 BL
SUPPLICATION OF KERR CROSS, MISSIONARY
(see 'Norman and Saxon') "Father of Mercy"
EAB Longcor, Michael v kb(=org) eff Firebird®v
1995® FAM
SURABAYA JOHNNY Musical play 'Happy End'
Inspired by "Mary, Pity Women!"; not tr
not K Weill, Kurt Julian
words Berthold Brecht




LL
SUSSEX (KJ 29/09) "Sussex by the Sea" FN* Dear, James R
Weekes

KJ

School Song of old Chichester High School for Girls





KS

Pageant refrain av BL

(v pf) Sumfield East 1908 BL
SUSSEX BY THE SEA Military marching song, title probably from Kipling not K Ward-Higgs, William v pf Sheard Lon 1907 BM
SWEEPERS, THE (see ‘Mine Sweepers’)






TAGS (see 'Boots') Parody by Arlene C Harris not K Fish , Leslie v g Cchord 12 Cal 1991 BM
TARRANT MOSS Verse heading 'Wressley of the FO' PTftH*






1. (see 'Cold Iron')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1965/83 RF

2. "I closed and drew etc…" av BBC (publ C E Ives)
Ives, Charles Edward v pf SchirmerG® NY 1921 GT

No 72 of 114 Songs also 13 Songs v1, 7
Composed 1902, published 1st four words w/o permission to use the text; music used later for own song (see 'Slugging a Vampire')



Peer NY 1958 BM
TEDDY BEARS' DANE-GELD (see 'Dane-Geld')
Retelling by Rich Brown 'Teddy Bears' Picnic'
not K Bratton, John W (v g) Xeno 61 Cal
BM
TEMPTATION, A (see 'Dane-Geld')
Parody by Aleksej Serdyukov et al
not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 99 Cal 2004 BM
THAT DAY “It got beyond all orders” B-RB2*






1. (see 'Soldiers Three', ' Widow's Uniform')
Bellamy, Peter F v conc MS®

PB

v1,3 and chorus "Well it got beyond all orders,"
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2.
Stenzel, Kurt H (v pf) MS

KHS
"THAT'S WHAT THE GIRL TOLD THE SOLDIER" AF Castling, Harry v orch Edison
1905® DP

first sketch for B-RB (KJ 145/3) supposed sung by James Fawn in 'My Great and Only' (KJ 304/53)







Similar verse in "Love O' Women" (fairly major change in song) ST/MI ?Kipling words in®




“THERE IS PLEASURE IN THE WET, WET CLAY” (see ‘Lie’)






“THERE RUNS A ROAD BY MERROW DOWN” (see ‘Merrow Down’ Part I)






“THERE WAS NEVER A QUEEN LIKE BALKIS” JSS*






1. 'Balkis and Solomon' (see 'Just So Songs')
Commissioned Farnham Festival

Ayres, Paul chy pf perc

2007

2. ‘Butterflies’ (see 'Butterflies' ?, (not confirmed)
Berger, Jean satb acap Tetra NY 1971 GT

(has composed other choral 'insect titles' not K)






3. ‘Butterfly that Stamped’
Flosman, Oldrich inc radio MS av SCSKU
1967 GT

4. (see ‘Just So Song Book’)
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM
Lewins®
Lon 1903
1999
BM
KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon
GT

5. 'Butterfly that Stamped'One Act Ballet unperformed
Martinu, Bohuslav ballet music MS
1926 GT

Wordless chorus

orch suite CHF Pra 1965 GT

6. ‘Solomon and Balkis’ Opera in One Act ad from JSS
Commissioned by League of Composers and CBS radio

Thompson, Randall s ms t bar sp chf orch SchirmerE Bos 1942 GT
NG
“THERE WERE THREE FRIENDS” LtF* Grainger, Percy A





1. ‘Northern Ballad’ First PAG Kipling setting

bar pf MS av BL
1898 GT

1898 setting copied with 'Men of the Sea' possibly for publication, not published


MS av G Mus
1922 PG

BD 0433

vm pf Bardic
Chandos®
Ayl 1985
1996
PGS
R

2. 1898 setting (different - GT) Youthful Tone-Works

orch MS av GMus
1899 PG

'Northern March' 1st movement Youthful Suite ?Kipling Northern Ballad


Schott

AW





Bardic Ayl
AW





Chandos

R
“THERE’S A CONVICT MORE IN THE CENTRAL JAIL” (see 'Running of Shindand')






THEY (see 'Inner Light 2')






THEY'RE SINGING 'BANNED FROM ARGO') (see 'Danny Deever')
Parody by Bob Kanevsky
not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 5 Cal 1988 BM
“THIS IS THE MOUTH-FILLING SONG” (see 'Kangaroo and Dingo')






“THIS UNINHABITED ISLAND” (see ‘Just So Song Book’) JSS* German, Edward Sir v pf MacM
Lewins®
Lon 1903
1999
BM
KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT
THORKILD’S SONG PoPH*






1.
Bellamy, Peter F v ch MS®

R

2.
Fish, Leslie v g tmb private®
2003® RF
THOUSANDTH MAN, THE R&F*






1.
Behrend, Arthur H (v pf) DitsonO Bos 1926 SY





DitsonC NY 1926 SY





L&H Chi 1926 SY

2. Captain Kirk and Mr Spock in 'Star Trek'; first 'Star Trek' filksong 'Skybound'
Fish, Leslie v g private®
1982® RF

3.
Wood, Ralph Walter ttbb acap MS

GT
THREE-PART SONG, A (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’) PoPH* Bellamy, Peter F s a/t s/bar/b (g/pf) Robbins® Lon 1970 BM
THRESHOLD, THE * Gold, Lee and Barry v g


BM
TIGER-TIGER! JB*






1. (see ‘Jungle Book, Six Songs’) av BL
Bright, Dora vl/h pf Elkin® Lon 1903 BM

2. ‘Themmangu, Chant et Danse du Tigre’

Delage, Maurice Charles v pf Sénart Par 1935 GT

Phonetic transcription 'Raga' (see 'Jungle, Trois Chants')

v orch


NG

3.
Gibbs, C Armstrong ttbb Rogers
1932 MW

4. (see ‘Jungle Book’)
Grainger, Percy A ttbb MS av GMus
1898 PG

The Easy Grainger (MS only - PGc)

orgdu/pfdu MS av GWash
1905 PGc

MS 1905 av GMus, BL (PG)
G4 t ttbbb acap Schott
Hyperion®
Lon
Lon

1996
GT
R




bar br MS av GMus
1918 PG

The Easy Grainger (MS only - PGc)

pf/hm/org
pf
MS av Gmus
Nimbus®

1939 PG

Chamber work

vc4/5 MS av GMus
1946 PG




r ensemble MS av NLS

PGc

Five instrumental versions above


Bardic Ayl
AW




vc5 Chandos®
1997 R

5. Two Choruses' av BL
Hatch, Homer Barnes chm4 acap SchirmerG NY 1915 SY
“TIN FISH” (see ‘Fringes of the Fleet’) SW*






‘Submarines’ “Ships destroy us above” av BL
Elgar, Edward Sir bar qt orch Enoch Lon 1917 GT



(Higgins,Tom arr) bar qt pf Somm®
2009 KS




vl/med pf Enoch® Lon 1917 BM

CCS 32
(Metcalfe, R D arr) satb Enoch Lon
M-S
TO THE LEGION OF THE LOST ONES (see 'Gentlemen-Rankers')






TO THE TRUE ROMANCE MI* Dennis, Terrence P (v pf?) MS
<1932 GT
TO THOMAS ATKINS (T.A.) (see 'B-RB') B-RB1* Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1890
2004
SY
R
TO WOLCOTT BALESTIER (see ‘Dedication to Wolcott Balestier))






TOLERANCE (see 'Fires')






TOMLINSON (see 'Undertaker's Horse') B-RB* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF
TOMMY (KJ 259/61, 261/44) B-RB1* recalls lilt of ‘The Lincolnshire Poacher ‘ (see ‘Screw-Gun Mules’)
fits tune 'Rising of the Moon'






1. (see 'Soldiers Three', ' Widow's Uniform')
Bellamy, Peter F c conc MS®

R

v1 only "Oh I went into a public house"
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ First Series No6) av BBC, BL
Carmichael, Mary G v pf Sheard Lon 1892 SY

'Tommy Waltz'
(Seydel, Oscar arr) pf




3. Dedicated to British Army av KSL (KJ 277/55), BL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1947
2004
SY
R

4.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® RF

5.
Haase, Oscar (v pf) NMP Wash 1907 DAR

6. ? text by Kipling
Sachs, Henry vmed/h pf FlammerH NY <1929 GT

7.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS

8. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 9/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT
TOOMAI’S MOTHER’S SONG (see ‘Shiv and the Grasshopper’)






TORN FIELDS, THE WW1 song cycle (KJ 304/59)
Texts Kipling ('Epitaphs of the War - A Son'), Owen, Rosenberg, Sassoon, Sorley
* Turnage, Mark-Anthony bar inst

<2002 KJ
TRANPORTS, THE First convict fleet to Australia not K words Peter Bellamy
Free Reed®
1977 PB

Epic ballad opera, words Peter Bellamy; staged Norwich 1978, Portsmouth 1987 (Mus Dir John Kirkpatrick), Whitby 1992
Bellamy, Peter F



DNB
TREE SONG, A PoPH* fits tune 'Seven Joys of Mary'





1. av BL
Aylward, Florence v pf Chappell Lon 1910 SY

2. (see ‘Oak, Ash & Thorn’)
Bellamy, Peter F s/t ch3 pf/g Robbins® Lon 1970 BM

3.
Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® SS

4. 'Four Songs No4 av BL
Fitzgerald, Augustine v pf G&T Lon 1926 BL





Curwen Lon 1940 GT
TRIUMPHANT LOVE (see 'After the Promise' REV)
Jordon, Jules (v pf) Schmidt Bos 1892 SY

"Day is Most Fair" in 'Finest Story in the World' MI




LL
TROOPIN’ B-RB1*






1. trad (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads')
Bellamy, Peter F arr v vn MS®

R

(see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Second Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1893
2004
SY
R

3.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS

4. Songs with Piano accompaniement av BL
Strickland, Lily chm pf FischerC NY 1933 SY

5.
Ward-Higgs, William (v pf) Sheard Lon 1906 SY
TRUCE OF THE BEAR, THE FN* Fish. Leslie v g private

LF
TRUTHFUL SONG, A (see ‘Merlin’s Isle’) R&F* Bellamy, Peter F vm vn Robbins® Lon 1972 GT
TUBAL AND JUBAL (see 'Jubal and Tubal Cain')






“TWO BY TWO” " 'less you want your toes trod off” MI* Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB

" 'less you want y' toes trod off” (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM
TWO COUSINS, THE (see ‘Queen’s Men’)






UNDERTAKER'S HORSE, THE
*






1. Title second Fish Kipling Album (see individual songs)
Fish, Leslie v g perc Centaur® Cal 1985® RF

2. First album 'An Impeccable Shine' omits v6, 8
Shore, J R v pf syn tub ®
2008 KS
VAMPIRE, THE *






1.
Carter, Ernest (v pf) MS av NYPL

DN

2.
Fish. Leslie v g private®
2003® LF

3. Album 'Going Home'
Holland, Phil v hp Lagan®
2006 KS

4. (KJ 274/26)
Marsden, Keith E v


KJ

5.
O’Neill, Florence (v pf) Jennings Cin 1901 SY

6. folk setting
? v ®

PJ
VERY FIRST FAMILY, THE Taffimai (KJ 278/50)
Coterie Theatre, Kansas 24th February 1996
JSS dramatised
dir Jeff Church and Joette Pelster
calypso beat

1996 KJ
"VERY MANY PEOPLE" (see 'Cold Iron') * Fish, Leslie v g r Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
VILLAGE THAT VOTED THE EARTH WAS FLAT, THE
(see 'Hymn of the Flat Earth Society')
DofC Title chorus sung to nursery rhyme 'Nuts and/in May'




WALTZES (see 'Rudyard Kipling Waltzes')






WATTLE BLOOM (see 'Lichtenberg')






WAY DOWN THE RAVEE RIVER Parody, fits tune
Shocking echo of ‘Old Folks at Home’ ”Way down upon the Swanee River”, Wordsworth, Longfellow (KJ 290/12, 291/71)
E Foster, Stephen C v pf

1851 KJ
WAY THROUGH THE WOODS, THE R&F*






1. (see ‘Merlin’s Isle of Gramarye')
Bellamy, Peter F vm conc Robbins® Lon 1972 GT

2. av BL
Jacobson, Maurice ch ssaa Curwen Lon 1955 MA

3. Three Songs av KCL, BL
Radcliffe, Philip F vmed pf Anglo-Am Lon 1985 BCM

4. 'The Road through the Woods'
Shoesmith, Frederick sa pf MS®
<2003 KS
WE AND THEY (see 'Undertaker's Horse') D&C* Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1985® RF
WE ARE THE LINUX FOLK, WE (see''Plict Song')
Parody by Heather Stern
not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 62 Cal 1998 BM
"WE'RE SINGING RUDYARD KIPLING AT THE CIRCLE" (see 'Danny Deever')
Parody by Lee Gold (KJ 322/56)
not K Fish, Leslie v g Filker 4 Cal 1993 KS
“WE HAVE FED OUR SEA“ (see ‘Song of the Dead’)






"WE HAVE FED YOU ALL FOR A THOUSAND YEARS" (see 'Song of the Dead')
Parody 'IWW Little Red Songbook'
not K Liebich, Rudolph von (?) psn Frank Liebich


<1923 BM
"WE HAVE SHOWED THEE,O MAN, WHAT IS GOOD" (see 'Service')






"WE MEET IN AN EVIL LAND" Ch Headings IX,XIV N* Fish, Leslie v g private®

LF
“WE WERE DREAMERS” (see ‘Song of the Dead’)






WEE WILLIE WINKIE 20thC Fox film music
Newman, Alfred


1937 MW
WET LITANY, THE T&D* Bellamy, Peter F v MS®

PB
WHAT DANE-GELD MEANS (see ‘Dane-Geld’)






"WHAT OF THE HUNTING, HUNTER BOLD?" (see 'Tiger-Tiger!')






“WHEN EARTH’S LAST PICTURE IS PAINTED” SS* L’Envoi to “The Seven Seas”





1. av BL
Agassiz, Edward (v pf) Weekes Lon 1910 GT

2.
Bornschein, Franz C chm (acap?) FischerJ NY 1925 SY

3.
Dale, Frederic (v pf) Harris Oakv 1910 SY

Musical Monologue av BL



Lon 1910 PU

4.
Fish, Leslie v g live®
1991® RF

5.
Kalmanoff, Martin v pf MS
1949 GT

6. (see ‘Songs of Men’)
Mácha, Otmar vl pf MS av SCSKU
1947 GT

7.
McMurray, Claire S v g

2003 RF

8.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS
"WHEN I WAS YOUNG I SOUGHT WISDOM" av BL
Words selected from Ecclesiasticus by Kipling

Bridge, J Frederick Sir anthem Novello Lon 1924 BL
“WHEN ‘OMER SMOTE ‘IS BLOOMIN’ LYRE” SS* Kipling's acknowledgement of trad plagiarism and/or use of tunes







Scott, Anthony ss pf MS

GT
“WHEN THE CABIN PORT-HOLES ARE DARK” JSS*






1. (see 'Just So Song Book')
German, Edward Sir v pf MacM Lon 1903 BM





Lewins®
1999 KJ



(Jacob, Gordon arr) satb orch Novello Lon 1947 GT

2. (see 'Just So Stories' Red Table)






"WHEN YOU COME TO LONDON TOWN"
(see 'London Stone')
* fits tune ''Banochie'




WHIFFENPOOF SONG (see 'Gentlemen-Rankers') not K Galloway, Tod B (ch) Miller
1935 Web

Parody by Meade Minnegerode and George Pomeroy, Yale University "Gentlemen-songsters out on the spree"





YSB
“WHO HATH DESIRED THE SEA?” (see ‘Sea and the Hills’)






WHO SHALL JUDGE THE LORD? (see 'Carol')






WIDOW AT WINDSOR, THE B-RB1*






1. (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads', 'Soldiers Three')
Bellamy, Peter F v vn/g MS®

R

Part v1 only "There's 'er nick on the cavalry 'orses,"
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Second Series) av BL
Sutherland, Gordon v pf Sheard Lon 1893 SY

3. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 4/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT
WIDOW’S PARTY, THE B-RB1*






1. Trad 'Doli-A' (see 'Barrack-Room Ballads')
Bellamy, Peter F arr vf vm MS®

R

v1 only (see 'Soldiers Three')
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ Third Series) av KSL
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1897
2004
SY
R

3. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads, Three')
Grainger, Percy A chm orch bugle solo MS av GMus
1901 PG

Youthful Tone-Works 'very vulgar (PAG)

chm ww br MS av GMus
1906 PG

Never set for v pf (PG)

v pf MS av BL
1906 SES

Version for brass and reed band, not same as G7

2pf6h MS av EML
1907 PG

MS 1906 version 1922 av BL (PG)
G7 chm unis pfdu/bnd Schott Lon 1923 GT

MS re-scored 1926 av Gmus, BL

chm orch hm 2pf Schott Lon 1929 PG

The Easy Grainger (MS only -PGc)

pf MS av GWash
1936 PG

Also incorporated into 'The Gum-Suckers' March'

pf Nimbus®
1954/90

The Easy Grainger (MS only -PGc)

pfdu MS av BL
1939 PG

1st setting

2pf6h Bardic® Ayl
AW




chm pf bnd Chandos®
1997 R

arr Barry P Ould PGS

ch bnd USMB®
2010 PGC

4.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS

5.
Ward-Higgs, William (v pf) Sheard Lon 1906 SY

6. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 6/12
Winsor, Martin bar g Ridgetop®
1969/70 MA
WIDOW'S PARTY MARCH, THE (see 3 above) B-RB* Grainger, Percy A 2pf6h Bardic Ayl
AW
WIDOW’S UNIFORM, THE (see songs; KJ 281/37)
Ballad opera/folk musical Author/Dir Paul Gregory, Mus Dir Andrew Fletcher
Soldier poems incl. "Back to the Army again", 'Bill 'Awkins', 'Danny Deever', 'Ford o' Kabul River', 'That Day', 'Tommy'
B-RB Bellamy, Peter F harmony/ch
multi-voice


1996 KJ
WIDOWMAKER (see 'Harp Song of the Dane Women')






"WILFUL-MISSING" FN* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF
WIND WENT DOWN WITH THE SUNSET, THE (later revised; see ‘Egg-Shell’)





WINNERS, THE SoG*






1.
Campbell, D D H (v pf) West Lon 1920 PU

2. Medley with 'A Death Bed' (see 'Cold Iron')
Fish, Leslie v g Centaur® Cal 1983® RF
WISHING-CAPS, THE Enlarged from Ch IV
“Life’s all getting and giving” "Good luck…" av BL
Kim* Binkerd, Gordon vl/h pf Boosey O’S 1971 GT
WONDERFUL SONGS: SHAMELESS PLUG (see 'Our Fathers of Old')
Parody by Tom Holt
not K Fish, Leslie v g Xeno 67 Cal
BM
“YE THAT BORE US, O RESTORE US!” (see ‘Men of the Sea’)






“YOU MUSTN’T SWIM TILL YOU’RE SIX WEEKS OLD” (see ‘Mother Seal’s Song’)






YOUNG BRITISH SOLDIER, THE B-RB1*






1. (see 'Soldiers Three')
Bellamy, Peter F ps2 ?vn MS®

GT

v2 only "Now all you recruity's wot's drafted today"
(Kirkpatrick, John arr) melody only MS h/w

BM

2. (see ‘Barrack-Room Ballads’ First Series) av KSL, BBC
Cobb, Gerard Francis v pf ch2, 4 ad lib Sheard
Orientis®
Lon 1892
2004
BM
R

v1,2,4,5,9,12,13 ® Peter Dawson

v ch orch HMV®
1935® PD

3. (see ‘B-RB, Three’) Youthful Tone-Works
Grainger, Percy A v pf MS av GMus
1899 GT

BD 0660

v pf Bardic Ayl 1993 PGS

4.
Simmons, Steve v g Dodeka®
2003® SS

5. 'Barrack-Room Ballads' 2/12
Winsor, Martin bar g private®
1969/70 DT
ZANZIBAR BOAT-SONG Room-Music Tit-Bits No 6 PTftH Grainger, Percy A orch MS
1902 PG

Inspired by 'Salsette Boat-Song'

pf6h Schott
Nimbus®

1923
1991
PGc
ZAUBERNACHT Pantomime incl Kipling ballads
Weill, Kurt Julian v

1922 GT

Ballet with song





NG
ZION "The Doorkeepers of Zion" SW* Fish, Leslie v g private®
2003® LF