The Music of Arthur: A Listing

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The Music of Arthur: A Listing

from: The Camelot Project  2005

Introduction Acknowledgments


  1. Arthurian Operas
  2. Arthurian Masques and Instrumental Theatre Music
  3. Arthurian Themes
  4. Other Arthurian Music
  5. Operas Not Seen by Compiler
  6. Bibliographic References [for a complete bibliographic reference for parenthetical citations click here]

List 1: Arthurian Operas

[Anonymous.] Os Encantos de Merlin. Librettist Unknown. Premiere: Lisbon, Portugal: Casa De Theatro Publicio Da Montaria, 1741. Published: Lisbon, Portugal: S. T. Ferrevia, 1741.

[Anonymous.] The Magic Sword. Librettist: Ken Hill and Alan Klein. Premiere: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England: 12/10/82. (Ganzl; II, 1103.)

[Anonymous.] The Marriage of Sir Gawaine. Librettist: John Seally. Text published in European Magazine, 1782.

[Anonymous.] Merlin in Love; or Youth Against Magic. Librettist: Aaron Hill. Published: London, England: T. Lowds, 1760.

Addi, "Signora" Renee di. Isolda. Librettist: Sra Addi. Premiere: Bellagio, 1/10/1881. (Tower, 342.)

Albeniz, Isaac. Guinevere. Librettist: Francis Money-Coutts. Not completed. Text: No music.

Albeniz, Isaac. Lancelot. Librettist: Francis Money-Coutts. Not completed.

Albeniz, Isaac Manuel. Merlin (the first of a projected trilogy). Librettist: Francis Money-Coutts. Premiere: Paris, France: 1906. Text and piano score published: Paris: Editions Mutuelle, 1906.

Allwood, Peter. Pendragon. Librettist: Allwood; Joanna Horton, Jeremy James Taylor, and Frank Whatley. Premiere: London, England: Horsham Arts Centre, 4/6/1994. Provided by Kevin Harty.

Alter, J. King Arthur's Night Out. Librettist: S. Perlin and L. Naftalison. Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress. MS LC M1508, no date.

Amicone, A. La Grotta del Mago, Merlin. Librettist: Unknown. Premiere: Rome, Italy: Theatre Valle, 1/7/1786. (Tower, 427 and 694, and Mellen, I, 32, gives premiere as 1780.)

Arlanc, Sylvain. Tristan et Yseut. Librettist: Paul Gautier. Published: Rodez, France: Berger, 1943.

Arne, Thomas. The Fairy Prince. Librettist: George Colman. Premiere: London, England: Covent Garden, 11/12/1771.

Arne, Thomas. King Arthur (a revision of Purcell). Librettist: John Dryden. Premiere: London, England: Covent Garden, 1771. Published: London, England: W. Strahan, 1770.

Arne, Thomas. Opera of Operas, or Tom Thumb the Great. Librettist: Henry Fielding (revisions and additions by W. Hatchett and E. Haywood). Premiere: London, England: Little Theatre, 5/31/1733. Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress.

Arnedo, Luis. Lorenzín. Librettist: Salvador María Granés. Madrid, Spain: Velasco, 1910.

Arnold, Samuel. The Cambro-Britons. Librettist: Not known. Published: London, England: Longman's and Broderip.

Assmus, Karl. Merlin. Libretto: Albert Von Puttkamer. Premiere: Baden-Baden, Germany: Städtheater Schauspiele, 9/11/1919. (Stieger, II, 804.)

Astarita, Gennaro. La Tomba di Merlino. (Tower 426 and 700.)

Audran, Edmond. Monsieur Lohengrin. Librettist: Fabrice Carre. Premiere: Paris, France: Bouffes-Parisien, 11/30/1896. Published: Paris, France: Choudens, 1896.

Bacewicz, Grazyna. Przygoda Krola Arthura. Librettist: Edward Fiszer. Premiere: 12/9/1959, over Polish Radio.

Barbiere, V. U. Lohengrin. Librettist: Unknown. Premiere: Naples, Italy: 1881. (Tower, 705, and Mellen, I, 120.)

Becerra, Schmidt, Gustavo. Parsifae. Librettist: T. Barrios. (Mellen I, 140)

Becker, John Joseph. The Queen of Cornwall. Librettist: Thomas Hardy. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Becker, Konrad. Parzifal. Librettist: Konrad Becker. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: 1984. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 33.)

Bemberg, Herman. Elaine. Librettist: Paul Ferrier. Premiere: London, England: Covent Garden, 7/5/1892. Published: Paris, France: Heugel, 1892.

Benedictus, Louis. Mystere Du Graal. Librettist: Josephin Peladan. Composed 1893.

Bennett, F. J. W. King Arthur. Librettist: unknown. Premiere: Cadbury, 1884. (Stieger, II, 672.)

Bergeron, Sylvain. Perceval: La Quête du Graal. Librettist: Chretien de Troyes. Published: Troy, New York: Dorian, 1999.

Berner, Frederick Wilhelm. Der Zaubermantel. Librettist: Carl Franz Van der Velde. Published (Libretto): Dresden: Arnoldische Bookhandlung, 1827.

Bernstein, Elmer. Merlin. Librettist: Don Black. Premiere: New York: Mark Hellinger Theater, 2/13/1983. Published: New York: Hal Leonard Corp., 1983.

Bertoni, Ferdinando. Ginevra. Premiere: Venice: 1753 autumn season, Teatro S. Samuele. Grove 1980, 647 & Grove 1994, 456.

Birtwistle, Harrison. Gawain. Librettist: David Harsent. Premiere: London, England: Covent Garden, 5/30/1991. Available: London, England: Universal Editions, 1991.

Blackford, Richard. Gawain and Ragnall. Librettist: Ian Barnett. Premiere: Birmingham, England: Cannon Hill Arts Centre, 4/4/1984. Although not published, Oxford University Press kindly lent me a copy of the autograph score to read.

Blackford, Richard. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Librettist: John Emlyn Edwards. Premiere: Blewbury, Oxford: 1978. Published: New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

Blumenroder. Der Kurze Mantel. (Mellen.)

Bosio, Aldo. Parsifal. Librettist: Giovanni Sala. Premiere: Genoa: Theatro dell' Espozione, 8/15/1914. (Stieger, III, 922; Mellen, I, 230.)

Boughton, Rutland. Avalon. Librettist: Rutland Boughton. Never performed. London, England: British Library.

Boughton, Rutland. Bethlehem. Librettist: Frederick Widdecombe. Premiere: Somerset, England: 12/8/1915. Published: London, England: J. Curwen, 1915. The libretto is based on the fourteenth-century Coventry cycle of mystery plays.

Boughton, Rutland. Birth of Arthur (originally Uther and Igraine). Librettist: Reginal Buckley. Premiere: Glastonbury, England: Assembly Hall, 8/16/1920. There had been a performance of part of the work at Bournemouth, 1913. London, England: British Library.

Boughton, Rutland. Galahad. Librettist: Rutland Boughton. Never performed. London, England: British Library.

Boughton, Rutland. The Lily Maid. Librettist: Rutland Boughton. Premiere: Stroud, Gloucestershire: 9/10/1934, Church Room. London, England: British Library.

Boughton, Rutland. The Queen of Cornwall. Librettist: Thomas Hardy. Premiere: Glastonbury, England: Assembly Hall, 8/21/1924. Published: London, England: Joseph Williams, Ltd., 1926.

Boughton, Rutland. The Round Table. Librettist: Reginald Buckley. Premiere: Glastonbury, England: Assembly Hall, 8/14/1916. London, England: British Library.

Bourgault-Ducoudray, L. A. Myrdhin. Librettist: Simone Arnaud. Premiere: Nantes, France: Grande Théâtre, 4/28/1912. Published: Paris, France: Delanchy et Fils, 1919.

Buechner, Emil. Lanzelot vom See. Librettist: Adolf Bottger. (Tower 371 & 718; Mellen, I, p. 263.)

Burnassi, Ugo. La Grotta di Merlino. Librettist: Ugo Burnassi. Premiere: Ravenna, Italy: Theatro Mariani, 4/1889. (Mellen, I, 269.)

Caldesoni, ---. Merlino de Patone. Librettist unknown. Premiere: Rovereto, Italy: 10/6/1876, . (Clement and Larousse and Mellen, I, 289.)

Canthal, August. Morgana. Premiere: Hamburg: Stadtheater, 1896.

Champein, Stanislaus. Lanval et Viviane, ou les fées et les chevaliers. Libretto: Andre Murville. Premiere: Paris, France: Théâtre Francais, 9/13/1788. Excerpts published: Paris, France: Chez Imbault, 1788.

Chapí, Y. Torento, Ruperto. El Cisne de Lohengrin. Librettist: Miguel Echegaray. Premiere: Madrid, Spain: Teatro Apolo, 2/16/1905. Published: Madrid, Spain: R. Velasco, 1905.

Chausson, Ernest. Le Roi Arthus. Librettist: Ernest Chausson. Premiere: Brussels, Belgium: Théâtre de la Monnaie, 11/30/1903. Published: Paris, France: Choudens, 1900.

Chauvet, J. J. V. Arthus de Bretagne. Librettist: Etienne Aignan.. (Noted in Archives de l'Opera: Inventaire sommaire, Paris, France: Bibliothèque Nationale, 1988.)

Close, Alan Parker. The Bridal of Triermain. Librettist: John Joscelyn Coghill. Published: London, England: G. Drought, 1862.

Cohen, Joel. Tristan and Iseult. Libretto taken from various medieval "Tristan" poems in Vienna Statsbibliothek ms. 2542. The score is Cohen's arrangement and realization.

Cooke, Thomas Simpson. King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Librettist: Isaac Pocock. Premiere: London, England: Drury Lane, 12/26/1834. San Marino, California.: Henry Huntington Library.

Coombes, Douglas. Scatterflock and the Glastonbury Thorn. Librettist: John Emlyn Edwards. Premiere: St. Albans, England: 12/11/1980. Published: Lindsay Music.

Cooper, Simon. Celtic Heart: The Story of Tristan and Iseult. Published: Holland: Oreande Music, 1996.

Corder, Frederick. Morte d'Arthur. Librettist: Frederick Corder. Premiere: London, England: 1877. (Slonimsky, 359.)

Courvoisier, Walter. Lanzelot und Elaine. Librettist: Walter Bergh. Premiere: Munich, Germany: Hof-und National Theater, 11/3/1917. Published: Munich, Germany: Masken Verlag, 1916.

Crook, John. Lancelot the Lovely. Librettist: Richard Henry. Premiere: London, England: Avenue Theatre, 1892. Excerpts Published: London, England: C. Jefferys, 1892.

Crosse, Gordon. Potter Thompson. Librettist: Alan Gardner. Premiere: 1975. Published: London, England: Oxford University Press, 1985.

Dalayrac, Nicolas. Urgande et Merlin. Librettist: Monvel. Premiere: Paris, France: Feydeau, 10/15/1793. (Clement et Larousse, 686.)

Danner, Wilfred Maria. Merlin in Soho. Premiere: Berlin. Provided by Alan and Barbara Tepa Lupack.

Debussy, Claude. L'Histoire de Tristan. Proposed librettist: Gabriel Mourey. Only one twelve bar theme was sketched. It was to be based on Joseph Bédier's work.

Delannoy, Marcel. Ginevra. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Delerue, George. Le Chevalier de Neige. Librettist: Boris Vian. Premiere: Nancy, 1957. Published: Paris, France: Union Generale d'Editions, 1974.

Dessau, Paul. Lanzelot. Librettist: Herman Muller. Premiere: Berlin, Germany: State Opera, 12/19/1969. Published: Berlin, Germany: Henschelverlag Kunst und Gesellschaft, 1970.

Dessau, Paul. Lanzelot und Sanderein. Librettist unknown. Premiere: Hamburg, Germany: 1918. Published: Frankfurt, Germany: Insel-Verlag, 1962. (Slonimsky, 424-425.)

Dibdin, Charles. Tom Thumb. Librettist unknown. Premiere: London, England: 1782.

Donati, Pino. Lancilotto del Lago. Librettist: Arthuro Rossato. Premiere: Bergamo, Italy: 10/2/1938. Published: Milan, Italy: Sonzogno, 1943.

Donizetti, Gaetano. L'Elisir d'Amore. Librettist: Felice Romani and Ignazio Parisini. Premiere: Milan, Italy: Cannobbiana, 5/12/1832. Published: Florence, Italy: Nella Stamperia Fantosini, 1833.

Doss, Adolphe. Percival. Librettist: L. Bailly. Premiere: Liege, Belgium: 3/8/1908. Published: Liege, Belgium: Muraille, n. d.

Draeseke, Felix. Merlin. Librettist: Felix Draeseke. Premiere: Gotha: 1913. Published: Dresden: by the composer, n. d.

Ehler, Ursula. Merlin oder das wüste Land. Librettist: Tankred Dorst. Premiere: 1984. Published: Frankfurt on Main, Germany: Sukrkamp, 1984.

Ellerton, John Lodge. Bridal of Triermain. Librettist unknown. Never performed or published. Boston, Massachusetts: Boston Public Library.

Erb, M. J. Der Zaubermantel. Librettist: Alb. Beres. Premiere: Strasbourg: 1902. (Stieger, III, 1330.)

Felciano, Richard. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Librettist: Robert Fahrner. Premiere: San Francisco, California: Lone Mountain College, 4/4/1964. (Northouse, C, 102 and Mellen, II, 570.)

Fiser, Lubos. Lancelot. Librettist: E. Bezdekova. Premiere: Prague, 5/19/1961. (Slonimsky, 546.)

Flynn, Benedict. King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Published: Germany: Naxos AudioBooks, 1997.

Fornerod, Aloys. Genevieve. Librettist: J. Bruyr. Premiere: Lausanne, 5/20/1954.

Fromings, Kevin and Duboski. Shadows: The Life of Joseph of Arimathea. Librettist: Kevin Fromings. Premiere: 1992. British Library.

Fryer, Andrew. See Renee Gray.

Galliard, John. Merlin, or the Devil of Stonehenge. Librettist: Lewis Theobald. Premiere: London, England: Drury Lane, 12/12/1734. Songs published: London, England: Watts, 1734.

Gazzaniga, Guiseppi. La Tomba di Merlino. Librettist: Giovanni Bertati. Premiere: Venice, Italy: Theatro di S. Moise, c. 1772, . (Tower, 426 and 476.)

George, Earl. Genevieve -- another Fourth of July: opera in two scenes. Premiere: Syracuse, NY, April 23, 1976. Unpublished.

Giffard, William. Merlin, or the British Enchanter. Librettist. Dryden's text was the base for Giffard's work. Most of Purcell's music was kept. Premiere: 9/28/1736, Lincoln's Inn Fields. (London Stage, pt 3, II, 601; three other dates are given as premiere performances. Fiske, Eighteenth Century Music [p. 144] lists 12/1735. Nicoll, II, 332, lists 1736 at Goodman's Field Theatre while Stieger [II, 804] lists Edinburgh, 12/6/1750.) Published: London, 1736, with a note of a production at Goodman's Field Theatre.

Gillier, J. Cl. Les Eaux de Merlin. Librettist: LeSage. Premiere: Paris, France: Foire St. Laurent, 7/27/1715. (Stieger, I, 368.)

Gluck, Christoph W. L'Isle de Merlin, ou le Monde Renverse. Librettist: L. Anseaume. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: Schonbrun, 10/3/1758. New York: New York Public Library: Library of Performing Arts.

Goldmark, Karl. Merlin. Librettist: Siegfried von Lipiner. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: 11/19/1887. Published: Leipzig, Germany: J. Schuberth, 1886.

Gray, Renee and Andrew Fryer. O'r Mabinogi: Legends of the Celts. Published: Sausalito, CA: Real Music, 1997.

Guenther, O. Der Herr von Lohengrin. (Tower, 315.)

Hadley, Henry. Merlin and Vivian. Librettist: Ethel Watts Mumford. Premiere: New York City: 1907. Published: New York: Schirmer, 1907.

Hamilton, Iain Ellis. Lancelot. Librettist: Iain Ellis Hamilton. Premiere: Arundel, England: Arundel Festival, 8/24/1985. (Score available through Theodore Presser Co.)

Hemel, Oscar Van. Viviane.

Hentschel, Theodore. Lancelot. Librettist: M. Franz Bittong. Premiere: Bremen: 10/31/1878. Published: Bremen: Cranz, 1878.

Herbert, Victor. The Magic Knight. Librettist: Edgar Smith. Published: New York, Charles K. Harris, 1907.

Herman, Reinhold L. Lanzelot. Librettist: Ernst Wolfram. Premiere: Braunschweig: Hof Theater, 10/25/1891. (Tower, 371 and 774.)

Hermosos, Mariano. Lohengrin. Librettist: J. Veyan and R. Battaler. Published: Casa Dotesiol, 1903. New York: New York Public Library: Library of the Performing Arts.

Herve (Florimúnd Ronger). Les Chevaliers de la Table Ronde. Librettists: Chivot and Duru. Premiere: Paris, France: Bouffes-Parisiens, 11/17/1866. Published: Paris, France: Benoit, 1866.

Hill, Richard and John Hawkins. Canterbury Tales. Librettists: Nevill Coghill and Martin Starkie. Premiere: London, England: Phoenix Theatre, 3/21/1968. Published: London, England: Chappell, 1968.

Hiller, Johann Adam. Lisuart und Dariolette, oder Die Frage und die Antwort. Librettist: D. Schiebeler. Premiere: 11/25/1766, Leipzig, Germany. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Bernhard Christoph Breitkopf und Sohn, 1768.

Hinze, Chris. Parzifal. Librettist: James Batton. Premiere: Holland Festival, 1976. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 237.)

Holmes, Augusta. Lancelot du Lac. Librettist: Augusta Holmes. Unfinished. (Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale.)

Hoppin, S. B. Yuletide at the Court of King Arthur. Librettist unknown. Published: Boston: C. C. Birchard, 1934.

Hutter, Herman. Lanzelot. Librettist: Wilhelm Hertz. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Gebruder Hug, 1898.

Johnson, Clair W. King Arthur. Librettist: Clair W. Johnson. Library of Congress.

Joncieres, Victorien de. Lancelot. Librettist: Blau and Gallet. Premiere: 2/7/1900. Published: Paris, France: L. Grus, 1900.

Kafka, Heinrich. Konig Arthur. Librettist: Heinrich Kofka. (Stieger II, 680.)

Kalmanoff, Martin. Half Magic in King Arthur's Court. Librettist: Ernest Eager. Premiere: New York: 5/17/1963. (Northouse, 99.)

Kleinsinger, George. Tommy Pitcher. Librettist: Paul Tripp. Premiere: Stockbridge, Massachusetts: 1952. Published: London, England: Chappell, 1954.

Klughardt, August F. M. Iwein. Librettist: Carl Niemann. Premiere: Neustrelitz: Hoftheatre, 3/28/1879. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Fritzsch, 1881.

Kochiss, Joseph. The Kid from Camelot. Librettist: Joseph Kochiss. Published: Venice, Florida: Eldridge Publishing, 1973.

Kralik, Richard von. Der Heilige Gral. Librettist unknown. Published: Trier: Petrus, 1912.

Kreymann, Louis. Lohengrun. Librettist unknown. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Conrad Glasser, n. d.

Kroell, Roland. Parzifal. Premier: September 2, 1996. Recording: Erden.

Ksawery, Josef. The Wizard. Librettist: Wezyk, ---. Premiere: 1813. (Mellen).

Kunneke, Eduard. Lissolet.. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.) Ladmirault, Paul Emile. Myrdhin. Librettist: A. Fleury and L. Ladmirault. Premiere: 1908.

Ladmirault, Paul. Myrdhin. Librettist: A. Fleury and L. Ladmirault. Premiere: 1908. Published: Strasbourg, A. Rouart and Co.

Lambert, Lane and Patrick Chambers. Tristan and Iseult: A Celtic Love Story. Recording: Rune, 1999.

Lambert, Lucien. Broceliande. Librettist: Andre Alexander. Premiere: Rouen, France: Théâtre des Artes, 2/25/1893. Published: Paris, France: Heugel et Cie., 1861.

Lampe, John Frederick. Opera of Operas, or Tom Thumb the Great. Librettist: Henry Fielding. Premiere: London, England: Little Theatre, 5/10/1733. Published: London, England: J. Roberts, 1733.

Lawson, P. Wizard. British Library.

Legg, James. The Wife of Bath's Tale. Librettist: Melvin Freedman. Premiere: Aspen, Colorado, 1986.

Loder, Kate Fanny. L'Elisir d'Amore. (Norton Women Composers, p. 285).

Loewe, Frederick. Camelot. Librettist: Alan J. Lerner. Premiere: New York: Majestic Theatre, 12/4/1960. Published: New York: Random House, 1961.

Longhurst, Herbert. King Arthur. Librettist: H. E. Turner. Premiere: London, England: 1896. Published: London, England: J. Curwen, 1896.

Lora, Antonio. Lancelot and Elaine. Librettist: Royle, Josephine Fetter. Premiere: Cologne State Opera.

Mac Alpin, Colin. King Arthur. Librettist: Colin Mac Alpin. Premiere: Leicester, London, England: 1896. Published: London, England: Bosworth and Co., 1897.

Mahen, Andre. Viviane. Librettist: Marie Frontard. Published: Rouen, France: Lecerf Fils, 1912.

Malipiero, Gian F. Lancelotto del Lago. Librettist: A. de Stefani. Begun in 1914-15. Never completed.

Malipiero, Gian F. Merlin, Maestro d'Organi. Published: Vienna, Austria: Universal Editions, 1928.

Markordt, J. Tom Thumb. Librettist: Kane O'Hara after Henry Fielding. Premiere: London, England: Covent Garden, 3/10/1780. Published: London, England: J. Preston, 1781.

Martin, Frank. Le Vin herbé. Librettist: Frank Martin. Premiere (as an opera): Salzburg: Landes Theatre, 8/15/1948. Published: Vienna, Austria: Universal Editions, n. d. It had been presented as an oratorio 3/26/1942, in Zurich.

Maryon, Edward Sangraal. Librettist: Maryon, Edward. One of seven operas in the Cycle of Life. Boston Public Library.

Mathias, William. Culhwch and Olwen. Librettist: Gwyn Thomas. Published: Cardiff, Wales: University of Wales, 1971.

Maurice, Pierre. Lanval. Librettist: Madeleine Maurice. Premiere: Weimar, Germany: 1913. Published: Munich, Germany: Maurice, 1913.

Meiniche, D. L. Parzival. Librettist: Wilhelm Hanze. Premiere: Leibnez: Städtheater, 2/2/1910. (Stieger, III, 922.)

Mihalovich, Oden Peter. Eliana. Librettist: Hans Herrig. Premiere: Budapest: 2/16/1909. Published: Privately by the composer.

Mojsisovich, Roderich. Merlin. Librettist: Edward Hoffer. Premiere: Graz, Austria: 1921.

Momigny, Jerome et Piccini. Le Chevaliere de la Table rond, ou Roger et Naida. Premiere: Paris, France: Salle Jeux Gymnastiques, 6/17/1811. Published: Paris, London, England: Hocquet et Cie.

Momigny, Jerome. Le Entree des Chevaliers Francais dans Serica. Librettist: J. G. A. Cuvelier. Premiere: Paris, France. 6/17/1811. Published: Paris, France: Hocquet et Cie.

Mueller, J. Frederik. Percival und Griseldis. Librettist: Klesheim and Heitzing. Premiere: Zagreb: 2/19/1841. (Stieger, III, 937.)

Neilsen, Frederick Brooke. King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Librettist: Bearle. Published: Philadelphia: W. H. Boner, 1894.

Nester, Larry. Connecticut Yankee. Librettist: Tim J. Kelly. Published: Denver, CO: Pioneer Drama Service, 1990.

Neupert, Fritz. Lohengrins Ende. Librettist: Wilhelm Hagen. Premiere: Nurnberg: Kammerspiel, 6/5/1918. (Stieger, II, 727.)

Obsidienne. Tristan et Iseult: un conte musicale. (obisdienne.bonnardot.free.fr/spectacles.php). No longer available.

Parry, C. H. H. Guinevere. Librettist: Una Taylor. Never performed or published. London, England: Royal College of Music.

Parry, Joseph. King Arthur. Librettist unknown. Premiere: Aberystwyth Cardiff: 1897. National Library of Wales.

Patusset, Alfred. Lohengrin à L'Alcazar. Librettist unknown. Premiere: Paris, France: Alcazar, 2/25/1885. (Tower, 383 and 823.)

Patusset, Alfred. Lohengrin a L'Eldorato. (Tower, 384 and 823, also gives an alternate last name for the composer, "Patnussex.")

Peaslee, Richard. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Librettist: Kenneth Cavender. Premiere: Brooklyn, NY. 10/18/2001.

Pfitzner, Hans. Cafe Lohengrin. Librettist: Pfitzner, Hans. Published: Avant Scene Opera.

Pijper, William. Merlijn. Librettist: S. Vestdijk. Premiere: Rotterdam: 6/7/1952. Published: Amsterdam, Donemus, no date.

Porter, Timothy. The Entertaining of the Noble Head. Librettist: T. Porter. Unpublished score provided by the composer.

Porter, Timothy. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Librettist: T. Porter. 1970. Unpublished score provided by the composer.

Porter, Timothy. Tristan and Essylt. Librettist: T. Porter. 1980. Unpublished score provided by the composer.

Pringer, H. T. Guinevere, or Love Laughs at Law. Librettist: Stanley Stevens. Premiere: Kilburn: Town Hall, 3/19/1890. (Lacy and Ashe, 268: Nicholl, V, 583.)

Priori, Massimo. Lanval. Premiere: 1996.

Purcell, Henry. King Arthur. Librettist: John Dryden. Premiere: London, England: Dorset Gardens, 5/14/1691. Published: Many editions. A standard one is the Purcell Society edition, vol. XXVI. Another is Three Scenes from King Arthur. Published: Novello.

Purcell, Henry (Arne, Thomas). Arthur and Emmeline. Libretto: John Kemble. Premiere: London, England: J. Jarvis, 1784.

Purcell, Henry. King Arthur and the Saxons. Librettist: John Dryden. Published: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1951. Edited for Youth Performance by W. Gillies and Jane Dawkins.

Purcell, Henry. Three Scenes from King Arthur. Published: London: Novello, 1895.

Purcell, Henry. Merlin or the British Enchanter. Librettist: John Dryden, edited by Henry Giffard. Premiere: Edinburgh, December 12, 1750. Published: London: E. Curll.

Quinn, Eimear and Pol Brennan. Through the Lens of a Tear. Recording: Decca, 2002.

Raisen, Jacques. Merlin Garcon. Librettist: Jacques Raisin. Premiere: Paris, France: Théâtre Francais, 10/7/1690. (Stieger, II, 805.)

Rauchenecker. Tristanderl und Sussholde. Librettist: unknown. Premiere: Munich, Germany: 5/19/1865. Neither text nor music of this parody have survived. (Stieger, 547.)

Reissman. Gralspiel. Premiere: Berlin, Germany: 1895.

Robert, Guy. Roman de Tristan et Yseut. Librettist: Medieval MSS Vienna National Bibliotehk. Published: Arion, France, 1985.

Rodgers, Richard. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Librettist: Lorenz Hart. Premiere: New York: Vanderbilt Theatre, 11/3/1927. Published: London, England: Happell, 1929.

Roe, Betty. Canterbury Morning. Published: Thames, 1986.

Roe, Betty. Flight of Pilgrims. Published: Thames, 1993. (Norton Women Composers, p. 393).

Rousseau, M. Samuel. Le Roi Arthur. Librettist: Fernard Beissier. Published: Paris, France: Choudens, 1903.

Rubini, Michel. Merlin et les Dragons. Recording: Musea.

Rudd, Colin, Nick Hill, Allen Moller, Chris Knowles, Anthony Grinnins, and Hugh MacKay. Merlin's Arthur. Librettist: Rudd, Griffiths, Hill, Eleri Davies, Marrvat Wright, Duncan Stoddard, Tommy Wheddall, Rachel Ann Davies, Nerus Tudur, Angharad, Rhiannon, and Olwen Edwards. Recorded: Brenin Productions, 1995.

Rufer, Philippe. Merlin. Librettist: L. A. Hofman Lipzis. Premiere: Berlin, Germany: Konigliche Oper 2/28/1887. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1887.

Sassone, ---. Il Capitan galappo, e Merlina Serva Finta D'una Vedora. Premiere: Teatro Della Pallacorda, 1737. Published: Rome: G. B. de Caporali, n. d.

Schibler, Armin. La Folie de Tristan. Librettist: Armin Schibler. Premiere: Montreaux, Switzerland: Festival de Musique, 1981. Published Adliswil und Lottstetten: Kunzelmann, 1982.

Schnabel, Karl. Griseldis und Percival. Librettist: Karlo. Premiere: Breslau: Stadt Theatre, 6/5/1851. (Stieger, II, 551.)

Scholz, Bernhard. Morgiane. Librettist: Rehbaum, ---. Premiere: Munich: Hoftheater, 9/18/1870. Never published (Slonimsky [7th ed.], p. 1544).

Sciarrino, Salvatore. Lohengrin. Librettist: Salvatore Sciarrino. Premiere: Milan, Italy: 1/15/1983. Published: Milan, Italy: Ricordi, 1983.

Sessions, Roger H. Lancelot and Elaine. Librettist: Unknown. Began and abandoned when Sessions was quite young.

Shaw, Martin. The Thorn of Avalon. Librettist: Barclay Baron. Premiere: London, England: Crystal Palace, 6/6/1931. Published: London, England: Oxford University Press, 1931.

Shippen, Eugene Rodman. The Consecration of Sir Galahad. Librettist: Shippen, Elizabeth Blount. Premiere: Boston: 1/3/1923. Published: Boston, Massachusetts: Beacon Press, 1923.

Sluten, Jan. Merlins Gebürt. Librettist: Ruth Waldsbetter. Published: Basel: R. Geering, 1934.

Spillane, D. King Arthur, or the Days and Knights of the Round Table. William Brough. Premiere: London, England: 12/26/1863. Text published in Thomas Lacy, Lacy's Acting Edition of PLays, Drama, Farces, and Extravaganzas, vol. 61. London, England: Thomas Hailes Lacy, n.d.

Steffens, Gustave. Frau Lohengrin. Librettist: E. Jacobson and L. Treptow. Premiere: Berlin, Germany: Ernest Theatre, 12/21/1895. (Stieger, II, 485.)

Stettenheim, Julius. Lohengrin: Humoreske in 4 Gesangen. Published: Berlin: 1859.

Stites, Kevin. Adventures with Young King Arthur. Librettist: David Lewman. Published: Dramatic Publishing, 1995.

Stolz, Edward. Falsche Lohengrin von die bestrafte Zaubering. Librettist: J. Boehm. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: Thalia Theatre, September 15 or 18, 1858. (Stieger, II, 422.)

Straus, Oskar. Die Prinzessin von Dragant. Librettist: Johann Nestroy. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: Hof-Operntheater 11/13/1912.

Suppe, Franz von. Lohengelb, oder Die Jungfrau vom Dragant. Librettist: M. A. Grandjean e Costa. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: 11/28/1870. Published: Vienna, Austria: n. p., 1871.

Thiessen, Heinz. Merlin. Librettist: Immermann. Premiere: Berlin, Germany: Volke-Theatre, 10/1918.

Thomas, Vincent. Enid. Librettist: Ernest Rhys. Premiere: London, England: Court Theatre, 11/24/1908. Published: London, England: Boosey and Co., 1913.

Thomas, Vincent. Gwenevere. Librettist: Ernest Rhys. Premiere: London, England: Coronet Theatre, 11/13/1905. Published: London, England: Boosey and Co., 1906.

Thomas, Vincent. The Quest of the Holy Grail. Librettist: Ernest Rhys. Premiere: London: Court Theatre, 3/7/1908. Published as Masque of the Holy Grail, by Boosey and Co., 1908.

Titl, Emil. Tristan. Librettist: Weiten. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: Burg Theater, 11/19/1859. (Stieger, III, 1232)

Tournemire, Charles. Legend De Tristan. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Tritsch, Jacques. Perceval: ou, le destrier paladin, gardian d'honneur et de vertu. Librettist: Leon Chancerel. Published: Paris, France: Le Hutte, c. 1945.

Trojahn, Manfred. Das Wueste Land. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Tutt, David. The Bells of Lyonesse. Librettist: Peter Scuphann. Published: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Vander, Christian. Tristan et Iseut Recording: Magma, 1993.

(Various). The Vision of Sir Launfal: A Pageant. Librettist: Clark, D. and Unverzagt, G. Premiere: 1928. Published: New York: Barnes, 1928.

Veremans, Renaat. Lanceloot en Sanderien. Librettist: J. Diels. Premiere: Antwerp: Royal Flemish Opera, 9/13/1968. Antwerp: Archief en museum voor het Vlaamse culturleven.

Vives, Amadeo. Arthur. Librettist: Trullot y Plana. Premiere: Barcelona, Spain: Teatre Novedades,1897. (Slonimsky, 1971.)

Vogrich, Max W. K. König Arthur. Librettist: Max W. K. Vogrich. Premiere: Leipzig, Germany: 11/26/1893. Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1893.

Wagner, Richard. Lohengrin. Richard Wagner. Premiere: Weimar: Grand Ducal Theatre, 8/28/1850. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1852. Published frequently since 1887.

Wagner, Richard. Parsifal. Librettist: Richard Wagner. Premiere: Bayreuth: Festspielhaus, 7/26/1882. Published: Mainz, Germany: B. Schott's Söhne, 1883. Published frequently since then.

Wagner, Richard. Tristan und Isolde. Librettist: Richard Wagner. Premiere: Munich, Germany: Royal Court and National Theatre, 6/10/1865. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1860, and frequently since then.

Wakeman, Rick. Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Librettist: Rick Wakeman. Published: London, England: Rondor Music, 1974.

Wandersleb, A. Lanval. Librettist: L. B. Wolfe. Premiere: Gotha: 1852. Staged premiere: Gotha: Hof Theater, 2/2/1853. (Tower, 371 and 874.)

Warren, Elinor Remick. The Passing of King Arthur. Librettist: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Premiere: Los Angeles, California: 1940. Published: New York: Novello, 1939.

Whitehead, Gillian. Tristan and Isolt. Librettist: M. Hill and M. Crowthers. Premiere: British Broadcasting Corporation, 4/1980. Published: Wellington, New Zealand: Price Milbourne Music, 1977.

Williams, Joseph (a.k.a. Florian Pascal). Cymbia, or the Magic Thimble. Librettist: Harry Paulton. Premiere: London, England: Royal Strand Theatre, 3/24/1883. Published: London, England: Joseph Williams, n. d.

Williams, Julius P. Guinevere. Librettist: Anita Rosenau. Rosenau did two other Arthur libretti as part of a proposed trilogy. Libretto lent by the librettist.

Woestijne, David van de. Graal 68 ou L'Impromptu de Gand. Librettist unknown. Premiere: Ghent: 1968. Grove, XX, 471.

Zuffanti, Fabio (of Finisterre) and Victorian Heyward. Merlin: The Rock Opera. Recording: Phantom, 2002.

Zumsteeg, J. R. Die Pfauenfest. Librettist: Friedrich A. C. Werthes. Premiere: Stuttgart: Hoftheater, 2/24/1801.

Zylstra, Dick W. A Computer Whiz at King Arthur's Court. Librettist: M. S. Zylstra. Premiere: 1990. Published: Louisville: Aran.


List 2: Arthurian Masques and Instrumental Theatre Music

[Anonymous.] Arthur the King. Microfilm: New York Public Library.

[Anonymous.] The Birth of Galahad. Librettist: Richard Hovey. Published: Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1990.

[Anonymous.] The Dragon-King. Librettist: John Fitzgerald Pennie. Published: London, England: Maunder.

[Anonymous.] Jack the Giant Killer and Tom Thumb; or Harlequin King Arthur. Librettist: Frank W. Green. Premiere: London, England: Royal Surrey Theatre, 1/11/1876.

[Anonymous.] Jack the Giant Killer; or the Knights of the Round Table. Premiere: London, England: Royal Surrey Theater, 4/1846.

[Anonymous.] King Arthur. Librettist: Arthur Earle and E. H. Sim. Premiere: London, England: James Street Theatre, 5/16/1895.

[Anonymous.] King Arthur: A Pantomine Adventure in Camelot. Paul Reakes. Published: New York: S. French, 1997.

[Anonymous.] The Marriage of Guinevere. Librettist: Richard Hovey. Published: Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1900.

[Anonymous.] Merlin's Cave; or Harlequin's Masquerade. Premiere: Royal Amphitheatre, 4/11/1814, .

[Anonymous.] Merlin; or The Enchanter of Stonehenge. Premiere: Sandler's Wells, 5/13/1767. Published: London, England: Watts, 1734.

[Anonymous.] Prince Henry's Barriers. Librettist: Ben Jonson. Premiere: 1610.

[Anonymous.] Princely Pleasures. Librettist: George Gascoigne. Premiere: 1576.

[Anonymous.] The Quest of Merlin. Librettist: Richard Hovey. Published: Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1898.

[Anonymous.] Taliesen. Librettist: Richard Hovey. Published: Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1899.

[Anonymous.] Tudor Pageants. Premiere: Coventry, 1498.

[Anonymous.] Ye Seconde Parte of Ye Tragycall Hysttorie of Thomas Thumb. Premiere: London, England: English Opera, 6/12/1840. London, England: British Library.

Akhurst, William M. Arthur the King, or the Knights of the Round Table. Published: London, England: T. H. Lacy, 1871.

Akhurst, William M. King Arthur, or Lancelot the Loose, Gin-Ever the Square etc. Published: Melbourne, Australia: R. Bell, 1868.

Bayly, Thomas Haynes. The British Legion. Published: London, England: Chapman and Hall, 1838.

Blewitt, Jonathan. Harlequin and Mother Red-Cap; or Merlin and Fairy Snowdrop. Librettist: Richard Lee Nelson. Premiere: London, England: Adelphi Theatre, 1839.

Blore, John. Private Merlin. Librettist: John Harlow. Premiere: London, England: Prince's, 2/16/1947.

Britten, Benjamin. King Arthur. British Broadcasting Corporation radio play.

Britten, Benjamin. The Sword in the Stone. Librettist: Marianne Helwig. Premiere: 1939, British Broadcasting Corporation radio play.

Bullard, Frederick Field. King Arthur. Librettist: Richard Hovey. Premiere: 1900. Published: Boston, Masachusetts: O. Ditson.

Byron, Henry James. Jack the Giant Killer, or, Harlequin King Arthur. Librettist: Henry James Byron. Published: London, England: T. Lacy, 1859.

Campion, Thomas. Lord Hay's Masque. Librettist: Thomas Campion. Premiere: 1607. Published (Text): G. E. P. Arkwright, The Old English Edition.

Clendon, Hugh. Little Lohengrin; or The Lover and the Bird. Librettist: Frederick Bowyer. Premiere: Plymouth, 3/2/1881.

Collins, J. Harlequin and Good King Arthur; or the Enchanter Merlin and the Queen of Fairyland. Librettist: Greenwood. Premiere: London, England: Sadler's Wells, 12/26/1842.

Dibden, Charles. The Institution of the Garter; or Arthur's Roundtable Restored. (Based on West.) Librettist: David Garrick. Premiere: London, England: Drury Lane, 1771.

Dibden, Charles. Jack the Giant Killer. Published: London, England: 1803.

Dibdin, C. I. M. Wizard's Wake; or Harlequin and Merlin. Premiere: London, England: Sadler's Wells, 8/23/1802. Published: London, England: Glendinning, 1803.

Dibdin, Thomas J. Merlin Mount; or Harlequin Cymraeg and the Living Leek. Premiere: London, England: Sadler's Wells, 12/26/1825.

Elgar, Edward. Arthur: (King Arthur). Librettist: Laurence Binyon. Premiere: London, England: Victoria Hall, 3/12/1923. Published: London, England: W. Heinemann, 1923.

Fricker, Peter Racine. Morte d' Arthur. Premiere: 1952, British Broadcasting Corporation, radio play.

Fricker, Peter Racine. The Quest for the Holy Grail. Premiere: n. d., British Broadcasting Corporation, radio play.

Goldsmith, Jerry. First Knight. Published: Epic Soundtrax, 1995.

Heber, Reginald. The Masque of Gwendolyn. Librettist: Reginald Heber. Published in part in Amelia Heber's The Life of Reginald Heber. London, England: Murray, 1830.

Holdridge, Lee. Mists of Avalon. TNT Television, 2001. Recording: Varese Saraband, 2001.

Hollins, Dorothea. The Quest: A Drama of Deliverance. Published: London, England: Williams and Norgate, 1910.

James I. Masque for the Wedding of Henrietta Stewart to the Earl of Huntly.

Johnson, R. and Ferrabosco, A. The Masque of Oberon. Librettist: Ben Jonson. Premiere: 1/1/1611.

Ladmirault, Paul Emile. Tristan et Iseult. Librettist: Louis Artus, based on Joseph Bédier. Premiere: Nice. Published: (Drama) Paris, France: Impr. de L' Illustration, 1929.

Lawes, Henry. Coelum Britannicum. Librettist: Thomas Carew. Premiere: London, England: Whitehall Palace, Banquetting House, 2/2/1634. Published: (Drama) London, 1642.

Lawes, William. Britannia Triumphans. Librettist: William D' Avenant. Premiere: 1637. Published: (Drama): inThe Dramatic Works of William D'Avenant, New York: Russell and Russell, 1962.

Porter, Timothy. Lancelot, or the Tale of the Grail. Librettist: Timothy Porter. Premiere: 1985. The Composer provided me the text.

Porter, Timothy. The Marvels of Merlin. Librettist: Timothy Porter. Premiere: Blockley, England: 8/1981. The composer provided me the score.

Roser, Franz de Paula Arthur. Premiere: Vienna, Josephstadt Theatre, 1814. (Stieger, 1, 110).

Sherman, Richard. The Sword in the Stone. Words: Robert Sherman. Published: Burbank, California: Wonderland Music, 1962.

Sibelius, Jean. The Lady of Shalott. Choreographer: Frederick Ashton. Premiere: London, Ballet Club, 11/12/1931. Uses Sibelius's piano pieces opera 75, 76, 85. Library of Congress LC GV 1785 A8.

Sibelius, Jean. Pelleas and Melisande. Choreographer: Beppe Menegatti using Sibelius's incidental music to Maurice Maeterlink, Pelleas and Melisande, 1905. See Dancing Times, July 1970, pp. 535, 537.

Silvesri, A. Tristan de Leonis. Librettist: Leon, Laurent. 1897.

Somervell, Arthur. Thomas the Rhymer. Librettist: W. M. Dixon. Premiere: London, England: 1911. Published: London, England: Boosey, 1911.

Sullivan, Arthur. King Arthur. Librettist: Joseph K. Comyns Carr. Premiere: London, England: Lyceum, 1/2/1895. Published: (Drama) London: Macmillan, 1895. Score in J. Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. Arranged for concert performance by W. Bendell, 1903.

Sullivan, Arthur S. Kenilworth. Librettist: Henry F. Chorley. Published: Chappell.

Taft, Linwood. Galahad: A Pageant of the Holy Grail. Published: Barnes and Noble, 1924.

Traditional Folk Tunes. Sir Eglamore. Published: 1611. (See Journal of Folk Dance and Song, 1945, pp. 211, 221-31).

Various. Youth's Quest for the Holy Grail. Librettist: E. Harvey Herring. Premiere: Philadelphia, 1993. Published: Milwaukee: Morehouse, 1933.

Vernon, W. Carlile. Merry Mr. Merlin; or Good King Arthur. Librettist: E. H. Patterson and H. Grattan.

Williams, Patrick. A Knight in Camelot. Film: Walt Disney, 1998.

List 3: Arthurian Themes

[Anonymous.] Amadis. Librettist unknown. (Mellen I, 45.)

[Anonymous.] Amadis le Cadet. (Opera Parody.) Librettist: Fugelier. Premiere: Paris, France: Comedie Italien, 3/24/1724. (Stieger, I, 48.)

[Anonymous: Various.]. Arlequin Amadis. Librettist: Domenique and Romagnesi. Premiere: Paris, France: Comedie Italien, 11/27/1731. (Steiger, I, 99.)

[Anonymous.] Horsa and Hengist. Librettist: Aaron Hill. Published: Aaron Hill, Works, London, England: 1754.

[Anonymous.] Naissance d'Amadis, La. Librettist: Unknown. Premiere: Paris, France: Théâtre Italien, 2/10/1694, . (Stieger, I, 99.)

Abranyi, Emil. Francesca di Rimini. Premiere: Budapest, Hungary: Royal Hungarian Opera, 1/13/1912. (Mellen)

Aimon, P. L. F. La Fée Urgela. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Paris, France: Théâtre Gymnase, 1/6/1821. (Stieger, II, 438.)

Allen, Paul Hastings. Il Filtro. Librettist: L. Capuana. Premiere: Venezia, Italy: Theater Rossini, 6/10/1912. (Mellen)

Amicone, A. Amadis. (Mellen). Never published. MS Modena: Biblioteca Estensa.

Appignani, Adelaide. Francesca da Rimini. Composed: 1835. (Norton Women Composer, p. 20).

Armstrong, W.D. Paolo e Francesca. Premiere: 1902. Repository LC M202A.

Arnold, Samuel. The Cambro-Britons. Librettist: Boaden. Premiere: London, England: Theatre Royal, Haymarket, 1798.

Arquier, Joseph. Le Fée Urgele. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Brest, France: 1804. This is a resetting of Favart's libretto for Duni's opera. (Mellen, I, 82.)

Auber, Daniel F. E. Le Philtre. Librettist: Eugene Scribe. Premiere: June 15, 1831. (Mellen)

Bach, Johann Christian. Amadis des Gaules. Librettist: Philippe Quiunault. Premiere: Paris, France: Academie Royale, 12/14/1779. Published: Paris, France: Chez le St. Sieber, 1780.

Bantock, Granville. Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came. Text: Robert Browning. Published: London, England: Joseph Williams, 1934.

Bantock, Granville. Cuchullin's Lament for his Son. Orchestral, composed 1944. Never published. Mss Birmingham School of Music, U.K.

Beamish, Sally. "Lullaby for Owain." In Bridging the Day. Recording: Akersberga, Sweden: BIS Records, 2001.

Bellini, Pio. Francesca di Rimini. Librettist: F. Romani. (Mellen)

Berton, P. M. and LaBorde. Amadi des Gaules (New arrangement of Lully). Librettist: Quinault. Premiere: Paris, France: Opéra, 11/26/1771. (Stieger, I, 48.)

Birch, Edward Henry. Vortigern and Rowena. Librettist: Ellis Griffin. Premiere: London, England: 1891. (Stieger, III, 1296.)

Bishop, Henry Rowley. The Love Charm. Librettist: Eugene Scribe. Premiere: London, England: 1831. (Mellen)

Blaise, Adolphe. Amadis. (Opera Parodie) Librettist: Romagnesi e Riccobini. Premiere: Paris, France: Comédie Italien, 12/19/1740. (Stieger, I, 48.)

Blangini, G. M. M. F. Le Fée Urgele. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Kassel, Germany: Hoftheater, Summer 1812. Like the Arquier work, this is a resetting of Favart's libretto for Duni's opera. (Mellen, I, 198.)

Borgatta, Emanuele. Francesca di Rimini. Librettist: F. Romani. Premiere: 12/26/1836. (Mellen)

Cassidy, Patrick, with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Tallis Chamber Choir. The Children of Lir. Recording: New York: Atlantic Records, 1993.

Catrufo, Giuseppi. La Fée Urgela. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: 1807. (Stieger, II, 438.)

Cimarosa, Domenico. Magie di Merlina e di Zoroastro, ou Le Pazzie di Stella Daura. Librettist: Pasquale Miliotta. Premiere: Naples, Italy: 1772.

Collingwood, Lawrence. The Death of Tintagiles. Librettist: Maurice Maeterlinck, translated by Arthur Sutro. Premiere: London, England: Sadler's Wells, 4/16/1950 in concert. (Grove, VI, 563.)

Constant, Marius. Impressions of Pelleas. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Debussy, Claude. Pelléas et Mélisande. Librettist: M. Maeterlinck. Premiere: Paris, France: Opera Comique, 4/30/1902. Published: Bridgeport, CT: Columbia Masterworks, 1928.

Destouches, Andre. Amadis de Grece. Librettist: Antoine Houden de la Motte. Premiere: Paris, France: Academie Royale de Musique, 3/3/1699. Published: Paris, France: Chez C. Ballard, 1712.

Destouches, Andre. Amadis le Cadet. Librettist: Fuselier. Premiere: Paris, France: Comediens Italiens. British Library.

Dezede, ---. Amadis. (Stieger, I, 48.)

Dibdin, Charles. A Christmas Tale. Librettist: David Garrick after C. S. Favart's libretto for Duni. Premiere: 12/27/1773. Published: London, England: Longman, Lukey, and Company, 1774.

Dimmler, Antonius. Ritter Amadis. Librettist: LeGrand. Premiere: Munich, Germany: 1802. (Stieger III, 1036.)

Duni, Egidio Romoaldo. La Fée Urgele, ou ce qui plait aux dames. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Fontainbleu, France: 10/26/1765. Published: Paris, France: Favart, 1765.

Eccles, I., et. al. The British Enchanters. Librettist: George Granville. Premiere: London, England: Queen's Theatre, 2/21/1706. Airs published. (Fiske, 40.)

Farmer, J. Thomas the Rhymer. Librettist: Evelyn L. Thomas. Premiere: Marlborough, England: 3/30/1894. (Nicoll, V, 596.)

Fauré, Gabriel. Pélleas et Mélisande. Librettist: Maurice Maeterlinck. Premiere: London, England: 6/21/1898. Published: Minelo, New York: Dover Publications, 2000.

Fiocco, Pierre. Amadis des Gaules. (Opera Prologue to Lully.) Premiere: Brussels: 1/25/1695. (Stieger, I, 48.)

Fortia de Pilles, ---. La Fée Urgela. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Nancy, France: 1784. (Stieger, II, 438.)

Galliard, John. Royal Chace; or Merlin's Cave. Librettist: Edward Phillips. Premiere: London, England: Haymarket, 1736. (Stieger, III, 1057.)

Grabu, Louis. Albion and Albanius. Librettist: John Dryden. Premiere: London, England: Dorset Gardens, 6/3/1685. (Viking, 400.)

Handel, George Frederick. Amadigi di Gaula. Librettist: John James Heidegger. Premiere: London, England: King's Theatre, 5/25/1715. Published: Libretto in Librettos of Handel's Operas. New York: Garland, 1989.

Haydon, C M. Paola and Francesca. Premiere: Melbourne, Australia: 1920.

Hernried, Robert. Francesca Da Rimini. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Herve, et al. Babil and Bijou, or the Lost Regalia. Librettist: Dion Boucicault and James Planche. Premiere: London, England: Theatre Royal, 8/20/1872.

Holbrooke, Josef. Bronwen. Librettist: T. E. Ellis. Premiere: Huddersfield, England: 2/1/1929. Published: London, England: J. and W. Chester, 1929. (Steiger, I, 192, lists a premiere in Chicago in 1914.)

Holbrooke, Josef. The Children of Don. Librettist: T. E. Ellis. Premiere: London, England: London Opera House, 6/15/1912. Published: London, England: Novello, 1912.

Holbrooke, Josef. Dylan, Son of Wave. Librettist: T. E. Ellis. Premiere: London, England: Drury Lane, 7/4/1914. Published: London, England: Novello, 1910; orchestral score & overture: London, England: Goodwin and Tabb, 1910.

Isaacs, Gregory. The Death of Tintagiles. Librettist: Maurice Maeterlinck. Premiere: Iowa: 5/ 4/1973. (Northouse, 150.)

James, Dorothy. Paulo and Francesca. (Slominsky, Twentieth Century.)

Johnson, David. Thomas the Rhymer. Librettist: David Johnson, after Walter Scott. Premiere: Edinburgh, Scotland: George Square, 4/20/1976. Published by the composer, 1979.

Lalo, V. E. Edouard. Le Roi d'Ys. Librettist: S. Blau. Premiere: Paris, France: Opéra-Comique, 5/7/1888. Published: Paris, France: Heugel et Cie., 1888.

Lavainne, Ferdinand. Artus and Rikemer. Librettist: Unknown. Premiere: Lille, France: 2/1840. (Stieger, I, 110.)

Linley, William. Vortigern. Librettist: William Henry Ireland. Premiere: London, England: Drury Lane, 4/2/1796. (London Stage , V, 3.)

Lully, Jean Baptist. Amadis. Librettist: Philippe Quinault. Premiere: Paris, France: Academie Royale de Musique, January 14 or 18, 1684. Published: Paris, France: C. Ballard, 1684.

Maddison, Katherine Mary. Children of Lir. Composed: 1920. (Norton Women Composers, p. 304.)

Massenet, Jules. Amadis. Librettist: Jules Claretie. Premiere: Monte Carlo: Théâtre du Casino, 4/1/1922. Published: Paris, France: Heugel et Cie, 1921.

Napravnik, Edward. Paolo and Francesca. Librettist: Stephen Phillips. 1902. (Gooch, 5459)

Nordal, E. Francesca di Rimini. Premiere: Linz, Austria: 2/17/1840. (Mellen)

Nouges, Jean. La Mort de Tintagiles. Librettist: Jean Nouges after Maeterlinck. Premiere: Paris, France: Théâtre des Mathurins, 12/28/1905. Published: Paris, France: G. Astruc et Cie, 1906.

O'Dwyer, Robert. Eithne. Librettist: Thomas O'Kelly. Published: New York: J.W. Stern, 1910. Premiere: Dublin: Theatre Royal, 1906.

Oliveira, Jocy de. Fata Morgana. Recording: Sao Paulo, Brazil: Estudio Eldorado, 1990.

Pitt, Percy. Paolo and Francesca. Librettist: Stephen Phillips. Published: New York: G. Ricordi & Co., 1902.

Pleyel, Ignatius Joseph. La Fée Urgela. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Esterhazy, 1776. (Stieger, II, 438.)

Rachmaninoff, Serge. Francesca di Rimini. Librettist: Modest Tchaikovsky. Premiere: Moscow: Bolshoi, 1/11/1906 (n.s). Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes.

Rosell, Lars-Eerik. Amedee. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.) Saint Amans, ---. La Fée Urgela. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Brest, France: 1803 (Stieger, II, 438.)
Rossini, Giaocchino. La Francesca da Rimini. Text: Dante. Premiere: Paris, 1835. Recording: RCA Red Seal.

Sainte-Amans, Louis. La F´e Urgela. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Brest, France, 1803 (Stieger, II, 438).

Samuel, Rhiann. La Belle Dame Sans Merci. Librettist: John Keats, 1982.

Schoenberg, Arnold. Pelleas und Melisande. Premiere: 1903. Opus 3. Recording: Erato, 1992.

Schulz, J. A. P. Le Fée Urgele. Librettist: C. S. Favart. Premiere: Rheinsberg, 1782. (Mellen IV, 1654.)

Sibelius, Jean. Pélleas et Mélisande. 1905. Published: Helsinki: Ondine, 2000.

Smith, John Christopher. The Enchanter, or Love and Magic. Librettist: David Garrick. Premiere: London, England: Theater Royal, 1760. Published: London, England: J. & R. Tonson, 1760.

Stengel, Gottfried. Amadis, der fahrende Ritter von Gallien. Librettist: Briesecke. Premiere: Hamburg, Germany: 1798. (Stieger, I, 48.)

Thomas, Vincent. The Song of the Wind. Words: Ernest Rhys. Published: London, England: Elkin & Co. Ltd., 1936.

Tippett, Michael. The Midsummer Marriage. Librettist: Michael Tippett. Premiere: London, England: Covent Garden, 1/27/1955. Published: n. p.: Schott, 1954.

Torri, Pietro. Amadigi di Grecia. Librettist: Perozzo di Perozzi. Premiere: Munich, Germany: 10/1724. (Stieger, I, 48.)

Urteaga, Irma. Paolo e Francesca. Text: Dante. Composed: 1971. (Norton Women Composers, p. 468).

Vaughan Williams, Ralph. Death of the Tintagiles. Librettist: Maurice Maeterlinck. Premiere: London, England (Private). 6/1913.

Vaughan Williams, Ralph. Thomas the Rhymer (Unfinished). Librettist: Ursula Vaughan Williams. British Library.

Vivaldi, Antonio. Orlando Furioso. Librettist: G. B. Bracioli. Premiere: Venice, Italy: St. Angelo, 11/10/1727.

Wallace, William. Pelleas and Melisande. Premiere: Brighton: 8/19/1900.

Williams, Joseph (A.K.A. Florian Pascal). The Fairy Maiden, or Thomas the Rhymer. Librettist: M. C. Gillington (M. C. Byron). Premiere: London, England: 1907. Published: London, England: Joseph Williams, 1907.

Zandonai, Riccardo. Francesca di Rimini. Librettist: Gabriel d'Annunzio. Premiere: Turin, Italy: Teatro Regio, 2/2/1914. Published: Milan, Italy: Ricordi, 1984.

List 4: Other Arthurian Music

[Anonymous.] "Am Bròn Binn" ("The Sweet Sorrow"). Celtic Traditional. Published: Linda Gowan (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 338.)

[Anonymous.] "Arien und Lieder Für eine Tiefe Mannerstimme" (from Lohengrin). Published: Frankfurt a Main, Germany: Wilhelmiana Musikverlag, 1956.

[Anonymous.] "Arta Ef A Dhe" ("He Shall Come Again"). Celtic Traditional.

[Anonymous.] "Arthur the King." Television: 1985. Review: New York Times 4/26/85, 21.

[Anonymous.] "Bas Artuir" ("Death of Arthur"). Celtic Traditional. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 338.)

[Anonymous.] "The Boy and the Mantle." Traditional. Published: Thomas Percy, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. 3 vols. London, England: J. Dodsley, 1765.

[Anonymous.] "Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court." Film, dir. Chuck Jones. Published: Walter Lanz, September, 1989.

[Anonymous.] Cwynfan Pridain. British Library.

[Anonymous.] The Island of the Mighty. (ballet-drama). Book: John Arden and Margaret Darcy. 1972.

[Anonymous.] "King Arthur's Death." Traditional. Published: Thomas Percy, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. 3 vols. London, England: J. Dodsley, 1765.

[Anonymous.] "King Arthur Had Three Sons." Traditional ballad. Collected in English Country Songs by Lucy Broadwood, 1893. Recording: Musical Heritage Society.

[Anonymous.] "Knaben Wunderhorn, Das." Words: Arnim and Brentano.

[Anonymous]. "Lamento di Tristano-LaRotta." 14th century Italian. British Library Add. MS 29987.

[Anonymous.] "Laoidh am Bhruit" (Lay of the Mantle). Traditional. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 338.)

[Anonymous.] "Laoidh am Amadain Mhóir" ("Lay of the Great Fool"). Traditional. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 338.)

[Anonymous.] "Marriage of Sir Gawaine." Traditional. Published: Thomas Percy, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. 3 vols. London, England: J. Dodsley, 1765.

[Anonymous.] A Masque of King Arthur's Knights. 1539. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 315.)

[Anonymous.] Noble Acts Newly Found of Arthur of the Round Table. Librettist: Thomas Deloney. Houghton Library, Harvard.

[Anonymous.] "Oh Say Not That Arthur." British Library.

[Anonymous.] "Sir Lancelot du Lake." Traditional. Published: Thomas Percy, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. 3 vols. London, England: J. Dodsley, 1765.

Absil, J. La Mort de Tintagiles. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Acton Madrigals. "Parla Morbleu Je Tres Satis Faire." Librettist: Cher Chervalier. British Library.

Adam, Leon. "Deux Aires De Ballet: Liselotte et Lancelot." A. Liselotte b. Lancelot. 1912. British Library.

Adam, Leon. "Liselotte Et Lancelot." (Piano Duet.) 1911. British Library.

Adams, John. Harmonielehr Symphony. Source: Alan Lupack.

Ager, Laurence. "King Arthur." Traditional. Published: London, England: B. Feldman, 1969.

Aguilar, Emanuel. The Bridal of Triermain. Words: Walter Scott (adapted). Published: London, England: n. p., 1884.

Akers, Howard E. Enid. Published: Carl Fischer, 1921.

Albert, Stephen. "Tristopher Tristian." From "Treestone." Hollywood: Delos Records, 1989.

Alfonso IX of Castile. "Cantiga de Sancta Maria." (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 334.)

Alkaemy. "The Merlin Mystery." West Hollywood: Earthtone Records, 1998.

Ambrose, Paul. "Elaine, Valse Lente." Library of Congress.

Amegarn, Benedictus. Lancelot. Words: Benedictus Amegarn. Published: Paris, France: Editions Meronani, 1975.

Amorphis. Karelian Isthmus. Includes: "Grail Mysteries" and "Sign from the North." Relapse Records: 1995. Source: Keir Howell.

Anderson, Angelee. Horns of Elfland: An Arthurian Symphony. (Not finished.) Source: Keir Howell.

Andrade, Auguste. "Viens, Arthur." Words: Crevel, Louis de. British Library.

Armstrong, Harry. "Sweet Elaine." 1928. British Library.

Arne, Thomas. "King Arthur Overture." Published: London, England: Longman, Lukey & Company, [177-].

Arne, Thomas. "St. George, A Soldier and a Saint." Librettist: John Dryden. Published: London, England: 1856.

Arnold, Maurice. Flower Maiden's Chorus. Published: New York: Cosmopolitan, 1903. [from Parsifal].

Arthur, Robert. "A Chance to Live in Camelot." Words: Robert Arthur. Published: New York: Chroma Music, 1968.

Asher, Peter. "The Quest for the Holy Grail." Published: P & P Music, Ltd., 1968.

Aston, Sue. Sacred Landscapes: Summer Lands. www.geniusloci.co.uk/kingarthur.

Auric, Georges. Film music for L'Eternal Retour (Jean Cocteau). (Lacy and Ashe, 275.)

Austin, Frederick. "When I Set Out for Lyonesse" (in Three Wessex Songs). Words: Thomas Hardy. Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1927.

Auton, John (arranger). Folk Songs for Strings. Published: London, England: Oxford University Press, 1985.

Avalon. Second Sight. Includes "Tintagel". 1998. Source: Keir Howell.

Averkamp, Anton. "Elaine and Lancelot," (Symphonische Ballade). Washington, D. C.: (Library of Congress.)

Ayreon. Final Experiment. Includes: "Prologue"; "Drawing"; "King Arthur's Court"; "Visual Echoes"; "Merlin's Will and Ayreon's Fate". 1995. Source: Keir Howell.

Bad News. Bad News. [includes "Excalibur"] Published: Santa Monica, California: Rampage Records, 1989. Source: Keir Howell.

Baez, Joan. "Sweet Sir Galahad." Published: New York: Robbins, 1970.

Bailey, Robert (Arr.). "Vorspiel und Liebestod". [from Tristan und Isolde]. Published: New York: W. W. Norton, 1985.

Bainton, Edgar Leslie. "Merlin's Apple Trees." Words: Thomas Love Peacock. Published: London, England: Oxford University Press, 1934.

Baker, A. C. "Sir Galahad: My Good Blade Carves the Casques of Men." Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: 1875.

Baldwin, Ralph. "Song of Arthur's Knights." Words: Abbie Farwell Brown. Published: Boston: Ginn, 1927.

Balfe, Michael. Fortune and Her Wheel. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1865.

Balfe, Michael. Song of Love and Death. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1860.

Ballentine, Edward. "Queen Iseult."

Banger, Georg (Arr.). "Liebhaberquartett: Eine Sammlung de Beliebesten Opern" [from Lohengrin]. Published: Offenbach A Main: Johannes Andre, 1878.

Bannister, Donal (Arr.). "Three Pieces from King Arthur". Published: Chilmark, 1993. [from Purcell's King Arthur].

Bantock, Granville. "Morgan le Fey." Words: S. Kaye-Smith. Published: London, England: J. B. Cramer, 1927.

Barkworth, Arthur. "Vivien's Song." Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Liverpool.

Barnett, John. Love and Death. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Leader and Cock, 1859.

Barnett, John. The Song of Fortune. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Leader and Cock, 1859.

Barnett, John. Too Late. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Leader and Cock, 1859.

Bartlett, Homer Newton. "Elaine." Words: L. Stanfield. Published: W. Maxwell Music Co.

Bath, Hubert Charles. "Elaine." Words: D. Eardley-Wilmot. Published: London, England: Chappell, 1913.

Bax, Arnold. Picnic at Tintagel (ballet). Choreographer: Frederick Ashton. Premiere: New York: New York City Center, 2/28/1952. [from Garden of Fand]

Bax, Arnold. Tintagel (Symphonic Poem). Composed: 1917/1919.

Baxter, Lionel. "Valse Elaine." 1914. British Library.

Bayas, Arthur (Arr.). "Treulich Geführt" in All Time Organ Gems. From Lohengrin. Published: Ashley Publications, 1983.

Beauchamp, B. Song of Love and Death. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Brighton: JWC, 1879.

Beckgaard, Julius (Arr.). "Selections from Lohengrin". Published: W. Hansen.

Bedford, David. "Ronde for Isolde." Published: London, England: Novello, 1988.

Bedford, David. Toccata for Tristan. 1989.

Bedford, David. Pray One Prayer for Me. Words: William Morris. Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1902.

Behrend, John Arthur. Little Elaine. Words: F. L. Stanton. Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1901.

Béjart, Maurice. Les Vainquerers (Ballet). Composed: 1959. (Lacy and Ashe, 273.)

Bell, W. H. Pray But One Prayer for Me. Words: William Morris. Unpublished. (Gooch)

Bellamy, Peter. "Merlin's Isle of Gramarye." Words: Rudyard Kipling. Published: London, England: Robbins Music, 1972.

Bemberg, Herman. "Soul Sublime, Pure and Holy." [Keys of Bf and Df]. Published: London, England: Chappell, 1892.

Bemberg, Herman. "True Love is Pure" [Keys of D and E]. Published: London, England: Chappell, 1892. [from opera Elaine].

Bemberg, Herman. "While There, with Cup in Hand." Published: London, England: Chappell, 1912. [from opera Elaine].

Bendell, W. E. The Lady of Shalott. Words: W. G. McNaught. Premiere: London, England: 1891. (Stieger, III, 693.)

Bendell, W. "Kenilworth." (Suite from Sullivan's King Arthur). 1903.

Bennett, Charles. The Lady of Shalott. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Boston: O. Ditson, 1925.

Berger, Caroline and Soulianka Viens. "Tristan et Iseult." Premiere: 1996. Jazz. Recording: Cyberpress.

Berger, Francesco. "Lohengrin Fantasia." [from Lohengrin].

Berghout, Johann. "Tristan and Isolde" (Fantasia for Violin and Pianoforte. Opus 41). 1907. British Library.

Bergsma, William. "Fantastic variations on a theme from Tristan. (For Viola and Piano.)" Published: New York: Galaxy Music, 1963. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Berl, Christine. "And How That a Life was but a Flower." Text: Henry Weinfield's "Book of Sir Tristram." Atlanta: House of Keys, 1980.

Bertail, Inez. "King Arthur." Words: Traditional. Published: New York: Lothrop, Lee and Sheperd, 1947, reissued 1962.

Beyer, Ferdinand. "Revue Melodique." Published: London, England: B. Schott's Sons, 1859. [from Parsifal].

Bichel, Earl. "Good King Arthur." Words: Traditional. Published: Chicago: Follett, 1969.

Birch, Edward Henry. "Sing Ye the Land." (Chorus) 1910. British Library.

Birtwistle, Harrison. "Gawain's Journey." Published: London, England: Universal, 1991. [from Gawain].

Blacher, Boris. "Francesca di Rimini." Premiere: Hamburg, Germany: Norddt Theatre, 4/21/1958. Published: Bote und Bock.

Blacher, Boris. "Suite aus Tristan." Premiere: Munich, Germany: 7/14/1967. Published: Bote und Bock, 1966. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Blacher, B. Tristan (ballet). Book: Tatjana Gsovsky. Premiere: Berlin: October 10, 1965. Published: Berlin: Bote und Bock.

Blackmore, Richie. Under a Violet Moon. Includes "Avalon" 1999. Source: Keir Howell.

Blackwood, Helen S. "Selection of Songs." Premiere: 1895. Published: London, England: J. Murray, 1895. [In the series: The Galway Resource for Anglo-Irish Literature, Book 5].

Blind Guardian. Imaginations from the Other Side. Includes: "Imaginations from the Other Side"; "A Past and Future Secret"; "Mordred's Song"; "Bright Eyes". 1995. Source: Keir Howell.

Bliss, Arthur. The Lady of Shalott (Ballet). Scenario by Bliss and Christopher Hassell. Premiere: Berkeley, California: University of California, 5/2/1958. (Lacy and Ashe, 273.)

Blockley, John. "Fortune and Her Wheel." Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1892.

Blockley, John. "Late, Late, so Late." Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1892.

Blockley, John. "Sweet is True Love." Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1879.

Blumenthal, Jacob. "Elaine: Funeral March." Published: San Francisco, California: Sherman and Hyde, 1875.

Blumenthal, Jacob. "Sweet is True Love." Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1880.

Borano, Daniel. Lancelot du Lac. Premiere: 1977. British Library.

Borders, William. "Elaine," (Elegy for Violin and Pianoforte). Published: London, England: Opus Music, 1913.

Bornschein, Franz. The Vision of Sir Launfal (Cantata). Words: J. R. Lowell. Published: New York: J. Fischer, 1927.

Boughton, Rutland. "Avalon." (in Hour of Beauty). Words: Fiona McLeod. Published: London, England: Stainer and Bell, 1924.

Boughton, Rutland. "Bronwen." Words: T. Tudno Jones. Published: J. Curwen, 1910.

Boughton, Rutland. "Chapel of Lyonness" (Song for Three Voices). Words: William Morris, 1905.

Boughton, Rutland. "In Prison". Words: William Morris. 1903.

Boughton, Rutland. "Isolt." Words: Antonia Bevan Williams, 1935.

Boughton, Rutland. "King Arthur Had Three Sons." Traditional. Published: London, England: William Reeves, 1909. [from the Barkshire Tragedy]

Boughton, Rutland. "Mystic Dance of the Grail." Words: Margaret Morris. 1913. Lost.

Boughton, Rutland. "Sir Galahad" (March). Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: in Choral Handbook. London, England: J. Curwen, 1910.

Boughton, Rutland. "Song of Lyonesse." Words: Thomas Hardy. Published: Joseph Williams, 1924.

Boyd, Lily. "If I Could Understand: Flower in the Crannied Wall". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: J. Curwen, 1921.

Boyer, -----. "When I Set Out for Lyonesse". Words: Hardy, Thomas.

Bradley, Marion Zimmer. Avalon Rising. The Starlit Jewel. Words: J. R. R. Tolkien. Published: Flowinglass Music. Source: Keir Howell.

Breatnach, Maire. The Voyage of Bran. Words: Kuno Meyer and A. Nutt, eds. Published: Starc Records, 1994.

Brenner, Walter. "Vivien's Song". Library of Congress (missing).

Bridgewater, Ernest Leslie. "Legend of Lancelot" from Train of Events. Ealing Studies Production, 1949.

Britten, Benjamin. King Arthur Suite. (Arranged by Paul Handmarsh.) Oxford and New York: Music Dept., Oxford UP, 1996. British Library.

Britten, Benjamin. "Suite from Sword in the Stone". Premiere: Aldeburgh, England: Aldeburgh Festival, 6/14/1983.

Broadwood, L. E. & Maitland, "King Arthur." Traditional. Published in English County Songs. London, England: Leadenhall Press, 1893.

Broiles, Mel (Arr.). Grand Opera Classics. Published: Portland, Maine: P. P. Music, 1992. [from Lohengrin].

Brown, James (Arr.). "Suite from opera King Arthur". Published: London, England: Stainer and Bell, 1922. [from Purcell, King Arthur].

Brown, N. H. "Avalon Town." 1928. British Library.

Browne, John Lewis. "Elaine, the Troubador's Song." Words: R. E. Dormer. Published: Philadelphia: Presser, 1908.

Bryan, Charles. "Flower in the Crannied Wall". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Glen Rock, NJ: J. Fischer, 1950.

Bryan, Charles F. "Flower in the Crannied Wall". Text: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: New York: J. Fischer, 1950.

Buck, Dudley (Arr.). "With Glory Clad". Published: Schirmer, 1882. [from Lohengrin].

Budgen, L. "Good King Arthur." Traditional. Published: in Songs for Children. London, England: Joseph Williams, 1906.

Bülow, Hans Guido von. "Tristan." Published: Vollstaendiger, 1859. Transcribed by Bülow for piano. Published: Breitkopf und Härtel, n. d.

Bullard, Frederic Field. "King Arthur: A Hunting Song." Words: R. Hovey. Published: Boston, Massachusetts: O. Ditson, Co., 1900.

Bullard, Frederic Field. "Oh, Who Would Stay Indoor, Indoor". Words: R. Hovey. Published: Boston, Massachusetts: O. Ditson, 1907.

Bunning, Herbert. Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Enoch and Sons, 1906.

Burghauser, J. "Tristam a Izalda." (ballet). (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Burkinshaw, Sydney. Phlebas. Words: T. S. Eliot.

Burt, Francis. "Morgana". Published: Vienna, Austria: Universal, 1985.

Bushnell, Michael and Owen Underhill. "Tristan and Isolde." Performance: 2004. Review: Toronto Globe and Mail, 5/5/2003, R2.

Busch, Carl. "Prolog zu Tennyson's 'The Passing of Arthur'". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Leipzig, Germany: Boosey and Hawkes, 1899.

Busch, Carl. "Sir Galahad." Library of Congress. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Boston, Massachusetts: O. Ditson, 1921.

Bush, Geoffrey. "Legends: Joseph of Arimathea." Words: Charles Causley. 1985. British Library.

Busser, Henri. "Pelleas." (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Bussey, Martin. "Lyonesse". Words: Thomas Hardy. Premiere: Chester, England: 7/22/1998.

Cadman, Charles W. The Vision of Sir Launfal (Cantata). Words: J. R. Lowell. Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1910.

Cailliet, Lucien (Arr.). "Elsa's Procession" (for band). Published: Remick Music, 1938. [from Lohengrin].

Callcott, John Wall. When Arthur First at Court Began; or Sir Lancelot Du Lac. Words: Traditional. Premiere: London, England: Covent Garden, 5/02/1800. Published: London, England: Novello, 1847.

Capel, J. M. "Song of Love and Death". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Acherberg, 1902.

Carpenter, S. "Avalon is Calling." Words: C. Boyle. 1907. British Library.

Carr, Lily. "Excalibur" (Waltz). 1892. British Library.

Carse, Adam. "The Death of Tintagiles." (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Cassidy, Patrick. Children of Lir. Words: Eugene O'Curry, ed. Published: Lir Music, 1994.

Catelinet, Philip Bramwell. "The Isle of Avalon" (Suite for Brass Band). 1978. British Library.

Caudel, Stephen. The Earth in Turquoise. Words: Caudel.

Chabrier, Alexis Emmanuel. 'Souvenirs De Munich. (Fantasie en Forme De Quadrille sur les Themes Favorites De Tristan et Isolde De Richard Wagner, Piano à 4 Mains.) 1930. British Library.

Chamberlain, Philip Bramwell. "The Isle of Avalon" (Suite for Brass Band). 1978. British Library.

Chaminade, Cecile. "A Piano Study of Enid". Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1899.

Chapple, Brian. "Green and Pleasant". Words: William Blake. Published: London, England: J. & W. Chester, 1974.

Chausson, Ernest. Viviane (Poem symphonique pour orchestre). 1882.

Cheatham, Katherine (Arr.). "Flower in a Crannied Wall";Andante from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1917.

Cherney, J. "The Bells of Avalon." 1927. British Library.

Chere, Emile. Merlin. (ballet) Book: L. Bonnemere. Premiere: Brussels: 2/11/1894. (Steiger, II, 804.)

Chorbajian, John. "And Did Those Feet". Words: William Blake. Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1972.

Christou, Jani. "Death by Water" in Six Songs for Mezzo-Soprano and Orchestra. Words: T. S. Eliot. Published: Wiesbaden, Germany: Impero Verlag, 1957.

Clark, June. "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table" (Piano Suite). Published: London, England: Ascherberg, 1963.

Clayton, George H. "Valse Elaine." 1914. British Library.

Clutsam, George H. The Lady of Shalott. (symphonic idyll)

Coerne, Louis Adolphe. "Excalibur: Symphonic Poem". Opus 180. Published: Boston, Massachusetts: O. Ditson, 1931.

Cook, Ernest. "Sweet is True Love". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 1892.

Coombes, Douglas. Choral Symphony No. 1. Merlin, Magician of the Universe. Words: John Emlyn Edwards. Premiere: Warwick University, 1985.

Coombes, Douglas. Choral Symphony No. 2. Merlin the Starmaker. Words: John Emlyn Edwards. 1988.

Corder, Frederich. The Bridal of Triermain (Cantata). Words: Scott, Sir Walter. Published: London, England: 1886.

Corder, Frederich. "O Sun, that Wakenest". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: SLW, 1880.

Cornell, J. H. (Arr.). "All Praise to God, in Light Arrayed". Words: Thomas Ken. Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1889. [from Lohengrin].

Coulthard, Jean. "Flower in the Crannied Wall". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Ontario, Canada: International Press, 1967.

Coward, Henry. Gareth and Linet (Cantata). Words: Frank Kirk. Published: London, England: Novello, 1902.

Cowles, Colin. "The Legends of Avalon". Published: London, England: Ricordi, 1995.

Cradle of Filth. Dusk and Her Embrace. New York: Fierce Recordings, 1997. Source: Keir Howell.

Cramer, Henry. Phantasiesück über Motive Aus Tristan und Isolde für das Pianoforte (4 Handen). 1876. British Library.

Crawley, Christopher. Six Gawain Carols. Words: John Weeks. Published: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1973.

Crosby, David. "Guinevere." Recording: Crosby, Stills, and Nash. 1969. Source: Keir Howell.

Crutcher, Rusty. "Isle of Avalon: A Pilgrim's Memoir." San Marco, TX: Emerald Green, 2000.

Curtis-Smith, Curtis. Tristana Variation. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Cusins, William G. "The Song of King Arthur's Knights". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: SLW, 1880.

D'Indy, Vincent (Arr.). "Viviane". Published: Paris, France: Le Bailly-O. Bournemann, 1882. [from "Viviane"].

Dalby, Martin. "Whisper Music". Words: T. S. Eliot. Published: London, England: Novello.

Dale, Heather. "May Queen." Toronto: Amphisbaena Music, 2003.

Dale, Heather. "The Trial of Lancelot." Toronto: Amphisbaena Music, 2000.

Dana, William H. "Elaine's Waltz". 1875. London of Congress.

Dana, William H. Lancelot's March. Published: Warren, Ohio: Dana's.

Dannreuther, Edward. "Pray But One Prayer for Me". Words: William Morris. Published: London, England: Novello, 1884.

Darcy, Thomas F., Jr. "King Arthur" (A March). Published: New York: Bourne, Inc., 1949.

Davies, H. Walford. "And Did Those Feet". Words: William Blake. Published: London, England: Riordan.

Davies, Hugh. Arthur (Cantata). Librettist: W. G. Williams. Premiere: 1890. Published: Yr Awdwr: Rhosymedre, 1890.

Davies, Peter Maxwell. Journey to Avalon (Ballet). Choreography Barry Moreland.

Davis, J. D. "The Maid of Astolat". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Novello, 1910.

Deacon, H. C. "Too Late". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 1864.

Debussy, Claude. "La Cathedrale Engloutie," 1888.

Debussy, Claude. "Prose Lyriques." 1892. Source: R. Nichol,Life of Debussy (1998).

Deliverance. Camelot in Smithereens. Source: Keir Howell.

Dempster, William R. "The Song of Love and Death". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1868. Published: London: Composer, 1868.

Dempster, William R. "Late, Late, So Late". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: New York: Wm. A. Pond and Co, 1864.

Dempster, William R. "Turn Fortune, Turn". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Composer.

Devin, William. "Elaine" (Song arranged as a waltz by Bertram Lestrange). 1916. British Library.

Diabelli, Anton (Arr.). "Potpourri: nach Motiven des Oper Lohengrin". Published: Vienna, Austria: C. A. Spina, 1858 [from Lohengrin].

DiLorenzo, Anthony. "Of Kingdoms and Glory." From Of Knights and Castles. Troy, N.Y.: Dorian Recordings, 1999.

Dinerstein, Norman. "Flower in the Crannied Wall". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Premiere: Boston, Massachusetts: 5/1960.

Dinn, Freda. "Sir Eglamore." Published: London, England: Schott and Son, 1956.

Djuric, Mihailo. "King Arthur and the Knights of the Square Table." Premiere: Providence, Rhode Island, 1/27/2001.

Dobbs, J. P. B. "King Arthur's Servants." Words: W. G. Whittaker. Published: London, England: J. Curwen, 1953.

Dodgson, Stephen. "Merlin" (für Gitarre eingericht von Philip Thorne). Published: Celle, Germany: Moeck Verlag, 1988.

Dolores. "Turn Fortune, Turn". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Jeffreys, 1861.

Donastia, Jose. "La Quete Heroique De Graal". (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Donizetti, Gaetano. Francesca Da Rimini. Words: Dante.

Donovan. "Guinevere" in Sunshine Superman. London, England: Pye, 1967. Source: Keir Howell.

Dore, Valerie. "Legend." 1986. Re-released as "The Best of Valerie Dore." Zyx, 2001.

Dorn, Edward (Arr.). "Lohengrin Fantasia". Published: New York: Joseph W. Stern, 1912. [from Lohengrin].

Douglas, Sallie Hume and Helen Hill Miller. "Follow the Gleam". Words: Published: Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1920.

Dresel, Otto (Arr.). "Invitation to the Dance". Published: Boston, Massachusetts: O. Ditson, 1910. [from Lohengrin].

Druckman, Jacob. "Lamia". Published: New York: Boosey and Hawkes, 1974. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Duke, John. "When I set out for Lyonnesse." Words: Thomas Hardy. Published: New York: CF, 1953.

Dunstan, Ralph. Merlin the Diviner. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 338.)

Eastman, Donna Kelby. "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight." Published: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microforms, 1992.

Edmunds, Christopher. "The Lady of Shalott". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Stainer and Bell, 1926.

Edwards, Edwin. "Late, Late, So Late". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Novello, 1870.

Edwards, Edwin. "Sweet is True Love". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 1892.

Edwards, Michael (Arr.). "Dream of Olwen". Published: London, England: Lawrence Wright, 1949.

Edwards, Sherman. "Home is Where the Heart Is." 1962. British Library. [from Kid Galahad].

Edwards, Sherman. "A Whistlin' Tune". 1962. British Library. [from Kid Galahad].

Eitner, Robert. "Phantaisie über Motive aus Tristan und Isolde von R. Wagner" (Pianoforte). 1862.

Elend. (name of group). Les Ténèbres du Dehors. 1966. Source: Keir Howell.

Elgar, Edward. Symphony No. 3. 1933 incomplete. Realized 1997.

Ellis, Vivian. "I Don't Know How." Words: Desmond Carter. 1929. British Library.

Enid. Enid. 1997. 5 parts: Satan und Candida; An Myrrdhin; Broseliawnd; Enid; Nake Avalon. Source: Keir Howell.

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Reva e Napoleon, Antonio Paladino (a.k.a. Antonio Paladino Reva, Cayan Jorge Gadia y Napoleon, and Herbert Clarence Victor Wong). "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table." Words: Composer. Published: Sao Paulo, Brazil: Musical Sonata, 1972.

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Stanford, Charles Villiers. "My Love's an Arbutus". Words: Traditional. British Library, n.d.

Stanford, Charles Villiers. "Merlin and the Gleam". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Stainer and Bell, n.d.

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Steed, Albert. "Love and Death". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Jewell, 1861.

Steel, Christopher. "Jerusalem." Words: William Blake. (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

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Steele, Herbert. "Happy Arthur." Published: London, England: West, 1914.

Steggale, Reginald. "Elaine" (Dramatic Scena). Words: Helen Schweitzer. Royal Academy of Music.

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Stidston, Catherine. "The Song of Love and Death." Published: Cincinnati: J. Church and Co., 1904.

Stiegler, Karl Von. "Lohengrin-Fantasie". Published: Munich: H. Pizka. [from Lohengrin].

Stiegler, Karl von. "Tristan und Isolde Fantasie". Published: Munich: H. Piska, 1891. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Stine, Charles (Arr.). "March from Lohengrin". Published: Crown, 1984. [from Lohengrin].

Stivell, Alan. The Mist of Avalon. 1991. Source: Keir Howell.

Stivell, Alan. "Broceliande" in Reflets. 1970. Source: Keir Howell.

Stokowski, Leopold (Arr.). "Love Music from the 2nd and 3rd Acts of Tristan und Isolde". Published: Philadelphia, n.d. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Stone, David. "Funf Gedichte No. 5: Traume. Bb Clarinet". Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1972. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Stonehenge. Tales of Old Britain. 1997. Source: Keir Howell.

Straus, Albert L. "Elaine Waltzer". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson.

Street, Tison. Montsalvat. (Orchestral.) (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Strohl, Aimee-Rita. La Foret De Broceliande. Words: Charles Grandmougin. 1887. (Bellaing.)

Strong, George T. "King Arthur". Published: Geneva, Henn, 1922.

Stuppner, Hubert. "Tristan: Ein Deutsches Nirwana". Words: T. Box Zelenka. Published: Munich, Edition Modern, 1978.

Sturges, Perry MacKay. "Avalon Waltz". Published: Coomposer, 1948.

Stutzman, S. J. von. "Iwan's Lied." Published: n. p.: Sammlung Russicher Romanzen, n. d.

Sullivan, Arthur. "Guinevere in Bf". Words: L. H. Lewin. Published: London, England: J. B. Cramer, 1873.

Sullivan, Arthur. "Guinevere in C". Words: L. H. Lewin. Published: London, England: Edwin Ashdown, 1890.

Sulze, B. (Arr.). "Lohengrin Selections". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 19__. [from Lohengrin].

Sutherland, Iain. "Sadie and Her Magic Mr. Galahad". 1968. British Library.

Svendsen, Johan (Arr.). "Wesendonck-Lieder: Traume". Words: Mathilde Wesendonck. Published: Mainz, Germany: B. Schotts Sohne, 1892.

Sweeting, E. T. "King Arthur" (Part Song). Words: Traditional. Published: London, England: Leonard, Gould and Bolter, 1949.

Swepstone, Edith. "Morte d'Arthur." 1920.

Sykes, H. H. "King Arthur Ruled the Land." Words: Traditional. Published: London, England: E. Arnold, 1929.

Taffs, J. Anthony. "Flowers in the Crannied Wall". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Premiere: Kalamazoo, Michigan: 1970.

Tanner, David. "Excalibur; Overture for Band". Published: Melville, New York: Belwin-Mills.

Tate, Phyllis. "The Lady of Shalott". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Oxford University Press, 1956.

Taylor, Stainton de B. "First Suite of Four Pieces from King Arthur". Published: Hinrichsen, 1941. [from Purcell's King Arthur].

Taylor, Stainton De B. "Second Suite from King Arthur." Published: London, England: Hinrichsen, 1957. [from Purcell's King Arthur].

Tchaikovsky, P. I. Francesca da Rimini. (Ballet). Text: David Lichine. Premiere: London: Covent Garden, 7/15/1937.

Tesh, John. "Avalon" Published: Port Chester, New York, Cherry Lane Music, 1997.

Thibaut of Navarre. "Dex es ausi il pellicans." (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 334.)

Thomas, Andrew. "Merlin". Published: Newton Center: Margun, 1989.

Thomas, Vincent. "Nimue's Dance from Quest of the Grail". Premiere: Glastonbury, England: 8/21/1914.

Thomas-Mifune, Werner. "Fragment of Parsifal". Published: Adleswil/Zurich. Edition Kunzelmann, 1988. [from Parsifal].

Thompson, B. (Arr). "Come if You Dare". Words: John Dryden. Published: London.

Thompson, Virgil. "And Did Those Feet". Words: William Blake. Published: New York: Ricordi.

Tocaben, Louis. Dearest Elaine. Words: George Cooper. Published: Boston, Massachusetts: White-Smith, 1895.

Tourbie, R. "Vorspiel from Parsifal". Published: Mainz: B. Schotts Sohne, 1913. [from Parsifal].

Traditional. "Bardic Songs". Published: London, England: A. Strahan, 1802.

Traditional. "Good King Arthur". Words: Ralph Mayhew. Published: New York, Harper-Columbia, 1919.

Treharne, Bryceson. "Montserrat in Five Songs Composed for Baritone and Piano". Words: Arthur Symons. Published: New York, G. Shirmer, 1917.

Treharne, Bryceson. "Olwen." Words: H. E. Lewis. 1898. British Library.

Treharne, Bryceson. "The Ravens of Owain". Words: Leigh Vaughan Henry. Published: Powlands, 1931.

Treharne, Bryceson. "The Romance of Owain." Eng. Words: L. Henry; Welsh: T. Gwynn Jones, 1940, British Library.

Treharne, Bryceson. "The Return of Arthur" in Ten Dramatic and Descriptive Songs. Published: New York, Composers' Music Corporation, n.d.

Trembath, Henry Gough. "Elaine" (Valse de Concert pour Pianoforte). Published: London, England: n. p., 1881.

Trento, Vittorio. "Canto Funebre Alla Tomba Di Perceval." Words: C. Carovita. Published: London, England: n. p., 1812.

Troup, Emily Josephine. "Vivien's Song." Text: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: 1878.

True, Lyle C. "Vivienne: A Caprice". Published: San Francisco, California: Sherman, Clay & Co., 1903.

Tutt, D. "The Bells of Lyonnesse." Published: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Tyler, Nick. "Arthur: The Once and Future King." Text: Nick Tyler. Ian Butler Productions, 1995.

Urswick, Christopher. "The Wheel of Fortune". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Novello, 1902.

Val, J. "Grosse Fantasie aus Lohengrin". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1904. [from Lohengrin].

Van Heusen, James. "A Yankee in King Arthur's Court." Arranged for dance orchestra, 1949. British Library.

Vance, John. "Swan Song" in Junior Laurel Songs. Boston: C. C. Birchard & Co., 1916.

Vaughan Williams, Ralph (adapted from). Im Reich von Konig Artus, oder: Der Weg nach Avalon. (Ballet). Book: Pierre Wyss. Premiere: Wiesbaden, 10/27/1987.

Ventadorn, Bernart de. "The Testament of Tristan." Recorded: Hyperion.

Vivian, Theodore. "Elaine" (Dance for Pianoforte). Published: London, England: Ascherberg, Hopewood and Co., 1907.

Voorn, Joop. "Perceval et Blanchefleur." (vocal). (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Wade, J. A. "Too Late". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 1878.

Wagg, Albert R. "Waltz Elaine." 1920. British Library.

Wagner, Joseph. "Merlin and Sir Boss". Published: New York: Seesaw Music, 1978.

Wagner, Richard. "Album of Orchestral Parts for Clarinet 1". Published: New York: E. F. Kalmus, 19__. [from Lohengrin and Parsifal].

Wagner, Richard. "Bridal Chorus in Famous Operatic Choruses". Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1955. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Einleitung from Tristan und Isolde". Published: A. Cranz, 19__. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Wagner, Richard. "Einleitung zum 3 akt aus Lohengrin". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breithkopf und Hartel, 18__. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Elsa's Traum". Published: New York: C. Fischer, 1915. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Entrance of the King". Published: Phoebus, 1990. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Feierliches Stucke". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1880. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Festspiel und Brautzug from Lohengrin". Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1893. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Feuhf vorspiele (Onverteuren) und Isoldens Liebestod". Published: Leipzig, Germany: C. F. Peters, 18__. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Wagner, Richard. "Hochzeitmarsch from Lohengrin". Published: Willis Music, 1902. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Kammermusik-Album". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1908. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "The King's Prayer and Finale". Published: Broadcast Music. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Excerpt for bass trombone". Published: Chicago Trombone, 1980. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Excerpt for Twelve trombones". Published: Chicago Trombone, 1980. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Selections". Published: London, England: Boosey and Co., 1927. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin's Farewell to Elsa". Published: New York: C. Fischer, 1919. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Brautlied". Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 18__. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Bridal Chorus". Published: New York: C. Fischer, 1884. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Chorus Score". Published: New York: Kalmus, 1968. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Fantaisie Brilliant". Published: Century, 1909. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Feierlicher Zug Zum Munster". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 19__. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Treulich gefuhrt . Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1968. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Vocal Album". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1914. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lohengrin: Herkunft". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1914. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Lyrische Stucke aus Lohengrin". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf und Hartel, 19__. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Melodies from Lohengrin". Published: Augener, 1900. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Melodies from Lohengrin". Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1932. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Music for Weddings." Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1897. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Music from the Wedding: Bridal Chorus". Published: New York: C. Fischer, 1946. [from Lohengrin.]

Wagner, Richard. "Opera Gems from Lohengrin". Published: New York: G. Schirmer, 1897. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Parsifal Fantasia". Published: London, England: Hawkes and Co., 1915. [from Parsifal].

Wagner, Richard. "Parsifal: Selections". Published: Cincinnati, Ohio: J. Church, 1904. [from Parsifal].

Wagner, Richard. "Potpourris sur de l'opera Lohengrin". Published: Mainz, Germany: B. Schotts Sohme, 1900. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Prelude". Published: London, England: Kalmus, 19--. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Prelude and Isolde's Love Death". Published: Scarsdale, New York: Kalmus, 19__. [from Tristan und Isolde].

Wagner, Richard. "Prelude and Isoldens Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde." Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1900. {from Tristan und Isolde].

Wagner, Richard. "Preludes from the First and Third Acts of Lohengrin". London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1900.

Wagner, Richard. "Samtliche Lieder". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 1916. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Selections from Lohengrin". Published: National Music. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Treulich Gefuhrt". Published: London, England: Oecumuse, 1981. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Vorspiel from Lohengrin". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breitkopf and Hartel, 18__. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Vorspiel from Parsifal". Published: Vienna, Austria: Wiener Philharmonischer Verlag, 1925. [from Parsifal].

Wagner, Richard. "Wedding Music for Organ". Published: Hedon, Da Capo, 1992. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Zug dem Frauen". Illinois University. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Zwei Stucker aus Richard Wagner's Lohengrin". Published: Leipzig, Germany: Breithkopf und Hartel, 1853. [from Lohengrin].

Wagner, Richard. "Bridal March from Lohengrin". Published: London, England: Chester Music, 1982. [from Lohengrin].

Walters, Leslie. "When I Set Out for Lyonnesse." Words: Thomas Hardy. Published: London, England: CR, 1957.

Walz, Jean. Sweet Elaine. Words: Willis Arthur. Published: Chicago, Illinois: Woods Music Pub., 1949.

Ware, Preston. "Lohengrin Bridal Chorus". Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1904. [from Lohengrin].

Warlock, Peter. Valses Reves D'Isolde (Piano). Preface by Fred Tomlinson, 1976. British Library.

Warren, Elinor Remick. "King Arthur's Farewell". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: New York: H. W. Gray, 1941. [from The Passing of Arthur].

Warren, Elinor Remick. "More Things Are Wrought by Prayer". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Melville, New York: H. W. Gray. [from The Passing of Arthur].

Weber, Henri. "Bridal Chorus". New York: Belwin, 1930. [from Lohengrin].

Weir, A. E. "King Arthur." Words: Traditional. Published: New York: Mumil.

Weisman, Ben. "This is Living". 1962. British Library. [from Kid Galahad].

Welcher, Dan. "The Visions of Merlin" (Suite). Premiere: Sunriver, Oregon: 8/23/1980.

Wells, Jack. "When Roses Bloom in Avalon." Words: Alfred Bryan. 1914. British Library.

Werder, Felix. "LaBelle Dame Sans Merci." (Vocal.) (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

White, David. "Elegy and Exaltation". Published: Southern Music Co., 1991.

Whithorne, Emerson. "Fata Morgana". Published: New York: Cos Cob, 1930.

Whittaker, W. G. "Come Follow Me". Words: John Dryden. Published: London, England: Oxford University Press, 1928.

Wichtl, Georg. Fleurs des Operas. Published: Offenbach, Johann Andrae, 189_. [from Lohengrin].

Wickede, F. von end Morena, C. Fantasie: Parsifal. Published: Mainz, B. Schotts Sohne, 1914.

Wier, Albert Ernest. "Grand Opera at Home". Published: New York, D. Appleton, 1915, 1927, 1944. [from Lohengrin].

Wier, Albert Ernest. "Grand Opera with a Victrola". Published: New York, D. Appleton, 1916. [from Lohengrin].

Wigan, Arthur Cleveland. "Elaine: When Thou Art Gay Forget Me" (Canzonet). Published: Dover: n. p., 1860.

Wilcock, F. S. "In the Days of Good King Arthur." 1928. British Library.

Willan, Healey. "Elaine's Song". Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1902.

Williams, Charles "Dream of Olwen." (Piano). Published: London, England: Wright, 1947.

Williams, Charles. "Dream of Olwen" (SATB -- Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass). Published: Wright, 1949.

Williams, Charles. "Dream of Olwen" (SSA -- 1st Soprano, 2nd Soprano, Alto). Published: Wright, 1949.

Williams, Charles. "Dream of Olwen" (TTBB -- 1st Tenor, 2nd Tenor, Baritone, Bass). Published: Wright, 1949.

Williams, Charles. "Olwen". 1948. British Library.

Williams, John. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. (Soundtrack). 1989.

Williams, W. S. Gwynn. "Arthur yn Cyfodi" ("Arthur is Arising"). Words: Silyn Roberts. 1924 (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 338.)

Williams, W. S. Gwynn. "Morning Light" (from Two Celtic Songs). Words: Ernest Rhys. Published: London, England: 1924.

Williams, W. S. Gwynn "The Flower Maiden" (from Two Celtic Songs). Words: Ernest Rhys. Published: London, England: CR, 1930.

Williams, W. S. Gwynn. "Ymadawiad Arthur" ("The Passing of Arthur"). Composed, 1935. (New Arthurian Encyclopedia, 338.)

Williamson, Malcolm. Death of Cuchulain. (Vocal.) (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Wingate, M. When Abbots Ruled at Avalon. 1923.

Winn, W. O Morning Star that Smilest. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: 1873.

Woeltge, Louise. Sweet is True Love. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: Stanford, Connecticut: Klock, 1903.

Wohl, Yehunda. Fata Morgana. (Orchestral.) (Slonimsky, Twentieth Century.)

Wolff, S. Drummond. Trumpet Finale from King Arthur. Published: Concordia, 1988.

Wood, Charles. Fortune and Her Wheel. Words: Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Published: London, England: Boosey and Hawkes, 1927.

Woodgate, Leslie. "Merlin." Words: M. Collins. Published: London, England: Stainer and Bell.

Wright, Denis S. S. Glastonbury Overture. Published: London, England: W. Paxton, 1953.

Wright, Denis S. S. Tintagel: Symphonic Suite from Brass Band. Published: London, England: R. Smith, 1956.

Wright, Julian. "Ode to Olwen." 1938. British Library.

Wright, Sydney Fowler. "Ballad of Elaine."

Yoko, Canno. "Vision of Escaflowne." Text: Mizoguchi Hajime. JVC Victor, 2001.

Young, Victor and James Van Heusen. "Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court." Film, dir. Tay Garnett. Paramount, 1949.

Zoerr, Laura. The Harper in the Hall. Published: Rosewood Music, 1998.


List 5: Arthurian Operas (which I have not seen but which nevertheless have "Arthurian" suggestions in the titles)

[Anonymous.] Amadis. Mellen; 45.

[Anonymous.] Amadis Le Cadet. Librettist: Fuzelier. Premiere: Paris, 3/24/1724.

[Anonymous.] Dinas Bran, or the Prince of the Black Mountain. Librettist unknown. Premiere: London, England: Royal Coberg Theatre,1830.

[Anonymous.] Le Laquais d'Arthur. Librettist unknown. (L'Opera Archives AJ13/1049.)

Adair, James. Isolde and the Shortstop. Librettist: Thomas K. Baker. (Gillis, American Opera, 23.)

Bacharach, Burt. "Arthur's Theme". Words: Sager, Cross & Allen. Published: Warner Brothers.

Barrett, John. The Wife of Bath. Librettist: John Gay. Premiere: London, England: 1713. (Stieger III, 1315.)

Bertoni, Ferdinando. Ginevra. Librettist: A. Salvi. Premiere: Venice, Italy: Theatro Di San Samuele, 1753.

Blumenroder, Karl. Die Kurze Mantel. Librettist: Unknown. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: Theatre an Der Wien, 11/6/1824.

Borcese, Luigi. Le Pecheur Roi. Librettist: Unknown. (Stieger, III, 933.)

Brauer, M. Morgiane. Librettist: Lemey. Premiere: Karlsruhe, Germany: Hoftheater, 4/11/1899.

Canthal, August M. Morgana. Librettist unknown. Premiere: Hamburg, Germany: Stadttheater, 1869. (Stieger II, 829; Mellen, I, 300.)

Casirola, ---. Les Trucs d'Arthur. Librettist: Dalvelle. Premiere: 1899. (Stieger III, 1237.)

Elsner, Ksawery Josef. The Wizard. Librettist: Wezyk. Premiere: Warsaw, 1813.

Hertel, P. L. Morgana (Ballet in Four Acts). Book: Philippe Faglioni. Premiere: Berlin, Germany: Koniglucke Theatre, 5/25/1857. (Stieger, II, 829.)

Krauer, Ferdinand. Die Loewenritter. Four of four libretti. Hensler. All Premieres: Vienna, Austria: Leopoldstadt Theatre. Librettist: Hensler 7/5/1799; Hensler 9/17/1801; Al . Gleich, 8/8/1807; Al . Gleich 8/17/1807.

Lawson, Peter. Wizard. Words: Katherine Hayes. Published: Malvern Music, 1986.

Miero, Raffelo de. Morgana. Librettist: Antonio Colanetti. Premiere: Turin, Italy: 2/16/1922.

Morlacchi, Enrico. Bretagna. Librettist: Giulio Coronati. Premiere: Rome, Italy: Theatro Adriano, 3/3/1907 (private); 4/12/1907. (Stieger, I, 189.)

Perducet, Gustave. Idylle Au (Du) Bretagne. Librettists: Roger Perducet et Babin de Fontenelle. Premiere: Paris, France: Salle Journal, 8/26/1906. (Stieger, II, 601.)

Polignac, Armande de. Morgane. (Slonimsky, 1425 and Stieger, II, 829.)

Raymond, Friedrich. Die Jungfrauen von Avallon. Librettists: P. Frank and P. Herz. Premiere: Dresden: Zentral-Theatre, 6/16/1929. (Stieger, III, 660.)

Reed, Thomas German. The Ancient Britons. Librettist: G. A. Beckett. Premiere: London, England: St. George's Hall, 1874. (Stieger, I, 76.)

Roser, Frank. Arthur. Librettist unknown. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: Josefstadt Theater, 1814. (Stieger I, 110, lists it as a pantomime.)

Saloman, Siegfried. Bretagne. Premiere: Stockholm: 5/26/1898. (Slonimsky, 1579-80.)

Spelman, T. M. The Sunken City. Librettist: T. M. Spelman. Premiere: 1930. (Stieger, III, 1170.)

Suckling, Norman. A Vision of Avalon. Composed in 1928.

Sussmayer, F. X. Idris und Zenida. Librettist: C. L. Giesecke. Premiere: Vienna, Austria: Freihaustheatre, 5/11/1795. (Stieger, II, 601.)

Talbot, Howard with Herman Finck. Vivien. Librettist: Unknown. Premiere: Birmingham, England: Prince of Wales Theatre, 12/1915.

Torrent, C. La Bretonne. Librettist: Prunier. Premiere: 2/4/1898. (Stieger, I, 189.)

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Introduction

In the mid 1980s, when several other research projects were completed, I was asked to offer an interdisciplinary course in King Arthur. To be included were archaeology (about which I knew little from practical experience), history, literature (in which an undergraduate major and my colleagues helped with discussions and teaching) music, and the arts. It was then that I first found Michael Hurd's book, Immortal Hour, an intellectual biography of the neglected English composer, Rutland Boughton. Researching for the course in the Library of Congress, I had come across the printed libretto for Uther and Igraine, written by Reginald Buckley with an introductory tract by Boughton. The reading of Hurd's book pointed me first to Boughton's five choral drama cycle on King Arthur, although I did not tumble to his many songs and two other of his music dramas, Bethlehem and The Queen of Cornwall, until later. I began to wonder, "How many more Arthurian music dramas are lying around 'out there' and what is an Arthurian opera anyway?" The question grew to "How much Arthurian music is there?"

After all, Wagner's Tristan und Isolde does not mention King Arthur, the Round Table, or any of the other knights. I would later find, however, that Wagner had considered a brief appearance by Parsifal in the third act. Parsifal mentions Gawain and Lohengrin cites Parsifal. I decided that was good enough, and with that a quest began. In addition, I later learned that Wagner considered an opera on the Erec and Enid Arthurian tale.

The result is this list. It includes several categories. First are listed the music drama works whose scores or libretti I have examined, or I have read sufficient comments to be sure the works are "Arthurian." These include operas, operettas, singspiels, musical comedies, and semi-operas. An occasional oratorio that has been staged as an opera is included. The presence of an "Arthurian" character functioning in the story is sufficient to class a work in the first list. When I have not found publication information confirming the work, I have listed the source, whose complete title is in a very brief bibliography. I cannot claim that this list is complete and would appreciate any additions or suggestions for deletion.

A second group includes masques and incidental music for staged dramas. There are not many of these, but several major composers have written for this genre.

The third group, "the Celtic themes", include works such as the "Amadis" operas or Lalo's "Le Roi d'Ys". No Arthurian characters such as Merlin or Gawain figure in the text, but the theme is "Arthuriana." Occasionally, this list includes compositions that directly reference an Arthurian figure. An example of this is Antonio Vivaldi's Orlando Furioso with its final act reference to the entombed Merlin even though the Orlando operas belong to the world of Roland not Arthur.

Fourth, I have compiled a list of choral, vocal, instrumental music for a variety of purposes relating to the legend. This list is long. These have been gathered "incidentally" while rummaging through catalogs and hand lists for the other works. While I hope lists one to three are reasonably complete, I make no claim for list four. Please contact me about any errors and omissions.

Fifth, there are works still not located whose titles suggest a possible Arthurian connection.  Any information about these will be most appreciated.

Lastly, I have listed works from which a citation was drawn if I have not been able to locate a repository or publisher.

It is my hope that I will at a later date discuss the intellectual and historical significance of these works in a follow-up volume. The works are arranged by composer with works by unknown composers coming first. Certainly, some of these works have never had composers, although they were written as libretti, so they float in a strange world of half sound. Beyond the acknowledgments that follow this section, I owe much to many people, some of whom have now died.

My parents bore the greatest "blame" for my New Orleans upbringing surrounded by King Arthur, opera, and Tulane football. My opera tastes were broadened by my "Dutch aunt and uncle," Lonie and Frank Lewis, Dad's close friend. At Tulane, I attended Robert Lumiansky's lectures on Chaucer and thankfully had the chance to be with him when he received an honorary doctorate from Clemson University. Charles Moorman, the well-known Arthurian scholar, Claude Fike, and Treadwell Davis were literary and historical mentors at Southern Mississippi. At Emory, George Peddy Cuttino, my major professor, led long hours of discussion at his home in Atlanta, sometimes touching on the use of Arthur by Edwards I, III, and IV. His Emory colleague, Francis Benjamin, put me through my paces on Latin and intellectual history, raising Chrétien de Troyes, Gottfried von Strasbourg, Thomas the Briton, and Wolfram von Eschenbach in my mind. He was also the near perfect Wagnerite, whose discourses on Tristan were intriguing.

All that said, my three children and our friends know that this is as much my wife's work as mine. A librarian by education and a first-rate researcher, she has spent great amounts of time at the Clemson University libraries, the libraries of the Universities of Georgia and South Carolina, California, Harvard, Brown, the British Library, and the Library of Congress, the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music patiently searching through hand-lists, card files, and databases. Without her help this would not have gotten very far. My deepest love and thanks to Edmee Jane Franklin Reel, my Enid for four decades.

Jerome V. Reel, Jr.
(jvreel@clemson.edu)
Professor of History and
Senior Vice Provost
Clemson University


Acknowledgments

In the course of this study, I have received great support from four provosts of Clemson University, W. David Maxwell, J. Charles Jennett, Steffen H. Rogers, and Doris R. Helms. Each gave me the opportunity to visit a number of research centers in my quest. In the office of Undergraduate Studies at Clemson, members of my staff, Ruth Brock (now retired), Mary Ann Rampey, Barbara Rogers, and Mary VanDillen, have made arrangements for me to visit the centers, kept up with the correspondence, and prepared the typescripts. They have been helped by the student workers, particularly Jannice Jackson, Lorrie Reynolds, John Britton, Todd Binnicker, Paula Rahn Reel, and Matthew Nicoletta who have xeroxed, looked up references, and completed Internet searches.

The Clemson University Library staff, led by Dean Joseph Boykin, have arranged for interlibrary loans of scores, articles, and catalogs. As in all my research, this staff has been without peer. Other libraries have also been gracious and generous. In the United States, much time has been spent at the libraries of the Universities of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, California-Berkeley, Vanderbilt, Brown, Harvard, Princeton, Louisiana State, and Loyola University of the South and Tulane. Frequent lengthy visits have been made to the Music Library of the Library of Congress. In Washington, D. C., the visit has been made much easier by the kind hospitality of Carol and Arnold Schwartz, formerly Clemson Dean of the Graduate School. Jane and Averitt Tombes, retired Vice President for Research at New Mexico State University,  provided shelter and an opportunity to attend William Chistie's staging of Purcell's King Arthur, at George Mason University. In the Library of Congress, much help has come from Charles Sens.  All the staff of the Music Library at the Library of Congress have been very helpful as well, but Charles's help has been as a tireless consultant, bringing his knowledge of the world of classical, romantic, and modern music to bear on this effort.  A number of visits have been made also to the New York Public Library and the Library of the Performing Arts. The J. Pierpont Morgan Library provided access to Arthur Sullivan material. In Chicago, the Newberry Library, and especially Ruth Hamilton and David Buisseret, has provided access to rare Arthuriana. The Ryerson Library of the Art Institute of Chicago allowed me to examine their Burne-Jones Collection. The Boston Public Library's Music Room staff have also been most helpful as was the Henry Huntington Library in California. Many American friends have also given aid. These include David Nicholas, a Flemish historian at Clemson who provided insight into Flemish opera, Tom VanDillen who translated both Dutch and Flemish libretti, and the composer Robert Felciano provided information about his Sir Gawain Opera.  Keir Howell has let me incorporate his intriguing list of Arthurian "rock" (or should one say "stone") music. I have identified his specific contributions in the bibliography. Special support was provided in the New Orleans and Baton Rouge areas by my wife's brother, Bob, who is now deceased, and his wife, Hella.  Tom and Louise Alexander of Metairie, Louisiana, also offered shelter and great food.

In the United Kingdom, the staff of the British Library in the Main Reading Room, the Music Library, particularly Robert Parker, and the Manuscript Library and the Colindale Collection have been kind. Direction has been given by the British Music Information Centre. Help also has come from the Royal Academy of Music, the Royal College of Music, Andrew Kirk and the staff of the Research Library of the Theatre Museum, the National Library of Wales, the Durham Cathedral Library, the University of Newcastle, the Rutland Boughton Trust and its trustee author and composer Michael Hurd. Special help and hospitality have come from composers Timothy Porter and Martin Bussey, our friends, Michael and Sue Clemson, and Andy and Beth Morse.

From Belgium, help has been provided by the Centre Belge de Documentation Musicale, the Conservatoire Royal de Musique, the Archief en museum voor het Viaamse cultuurleven, and the Archives de la Ville de Bruxelles.

The Biblioteca National, and the Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica, in Spain, have helped.

From France, help was given by the Bibliothèque Nationale, the Bibliotheque Municipale de Brest, the Bibliothèque Municipale (Rennes), the Bibliothèque Municipale (Nantes), the Bibliothèque Municipale (Angers), the Bibliothèque Municipale (Nancy), the Archives et Bibliothèque de la Ville (Strasbourg), the Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire (Strasbourg), the Institut de Musicologie, Université des Sciences, Humanités de Strasbourg, and the Bibliothèque Municipale (Rouen).

From Germany, help was received from the Sächsische Landes Bibliotek in Dresden; Forschungs-und Landesbibliothek Gotha; the Bayerische Staatsbibliotek Musiksammlung; the Staats-und Universitats Bibliotek (Hamberg), the Badische Landesbibliotek (Karlsruhe), the Wurtembergische Landes Bibliotek (Stuttgart), and Staatliches Institut für Musik forschung Bibliotek (Berlin).

From the Netherlands, help was given by the Muziekbiblisteek (Hilversum), and Stichting Donemus (the music information centre).

From Poland, help was given by Polskie Radio.

The Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia and the Hungarian Music Information Center, the Osterreichische National Bibliothek, and the Offentliche Bibliotek de Universitat Basel in Switzerland have also supplied information. From Italy, help was forthcoming from Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro Majella, and the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana.

Another helpful person is Joy Blanche Wilson from Australia, who is working with the Gawain music.

To all of these I am most grateful. Nonetheless, errors of omission and commission are mine. I trust others who have also stirred these waters will identify those so that improvements can be made.