Twelve Songs, H174, Op 48

Scope and Content

By Gustav Holst, 1929. For voice and piano.

Words by Humbert Wolfe.

No manuscripts held for the following:

H174(2), Things Lovelier, 'You cannot dream things lovelier'

H174(3), Now in these Fairylands

H174(4), A Little Music, 'Since it is evening'

H174(6), The Floral Bandit, 'Beyond the town'

H174(8), The Dream-City, 'On a dream-hill we'll build our city'

H174(10), In the Street of Lost Time, 'Rest and have ease'

H174(11), Rhyme, 'Rhyme in your clear chime'

H174(12), Betelgeuse. 'On Betelgeuse the gold leaves hang'

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Related Material

See HOL/1/2/118/1-13 for published music for Twelve Songs.