Comprises the following volumes:
6192/2/89 The Dancing Master, by Playford (London) nd [?1716]
The title page is missing. On the flyleaf, however, Lucy has written that 'Mr Frank Kidson identifies this as the 16th edition … printed by W Pearson & sold by John Young, musical instrument maker at the Dolphin & Crown at the west end of St Paul's Causeway, 1716' Annotated inside cover by Lucy Broadwood: 'This book was given by one of the Streets (farmers near Lyne) to my father Henry Fowler Broadwood. He gave it to my sister Katherine when a young girl. Her daughters Katherine and Barbara Craster gave it to me. NB The Sussex farming folk evidently used Playford's books a good deal for another copy was given by a Warnham parishioner to be deposited with a fiddle etc. etc. in the Warnham church vestry in about the year 1880 or later'.
6192/2/90 The Dancing Master, Vol the Second, by Playford (London) 1728
6192/2/55 Bound volume of 18th century printed and illustrated song music 1745.
The original title page and index are missing. Two loose manuscript pages bearing an index and the following bibliographical details have been inserted [?by Lucy Broadwood]: Universal Harmony or The Gentleman and Ladies' Social Companion consisting of a great variety of the best & most favourite English & Scots songs, cantatas etc with a curious design by way of headpiece expressive of the sense of each particular song … Printed J Newbery at the Bible & Crown, London, 1745, and engraved by T Kitching. Lucy's manuscript inscription inside cover 'from Miss Hipkins (her grandmother, Mrs Black's) bound and repaired by Mr Kidson, 1907'. Where songs which were included in the original are missing from this copy, Kidson has bound in a blank sheet bearing the title of the missing piece.
6192/2/57 Bound volume of 18th century printed and illustrated song music .
Title page missing and following title written in manuscript of Frank Kidson: Calliope or English Harmony, a Collection of ... English and Scots Songs. Neatly Engrav'd and Embelish'd with Designs adapted to the Subject of each Song taken from the Compositions of the Best Masters ... with the Thorough Bass and Transpositions for the Flute, etc, vol the 2nd. Engraved by Henry Roberts, printed and sold by John Simpson in Sweetings Alley, opposite the east door of the Royal Exchange, . The composers named in this collection are Lampe, Monro, Corelli, Green, Sandford, Lutman, Carey, Handel, Langford, Digard, Stanley, A Young, Arne, Leveridge, Wood, Barker, Hayward, Flacton, Popely, Boyce, Gouge, Ravenscroft, Kempton, W Fisher, Gunn, Gladwin, Froud, Hawkins, Holcombe, Barnard, Anglosini, Say, Vanbrugh, Cannington, Galliard, Howard, Geminiani, Putti, J Martin, Allcock, H. Purcell, R Vincent, Betts, Wise, Webber, Hayden, M. Eccles, Weldon, Brown, Marchand, J Hudson, Stubley, Seedo, Lestrange, Harris, Clarke, Prelleur, F Tench, Duncalfe, Markwell, Alland, James, Pepusch, H Burges jr, Festing, Cox, Worgan, Philips, Russell, W Hodson, Miss Worgan, Travers, Hasse, Oswald, Wideman, W Hayes, Corfe, Larken, Tortoriti, Crome, Heighington and Crookenden Some manuscript annotations by Kidson and Lucy Broadwood. The book has been rebound and restored, probably by Kidson.
6192/2/99 The Hymns, Anthems & Tunes with the Ode used at the Magdalen Chapel, set for the Organ, Harpsichord, Voice, German Flute or Violin (printed for S, A & P Thompson, 75 St Paul's Churchyard, London, [?1790])
6192/2/103 A Select Collection of English Songs: and a Historical Essay, Vol 1, by J Ritson (London) 1813
6192/2/18 A Select Collection of English Songs with their original airs and a historical essay on the origin and progress of national song, by the late Joseph Ritson; the second edition with additional songs and occasional notes by Thomas Park, FSA; vol 2 containing the words to drinking songs, miscellaneous songs and ancient ballads (1813, printed by Harding & Wright for a number of named booksellers, London)
With printed bookplate bearing a monogram, 'SES' and coronet; and manuscript inscription on flyleaf by Lucy Broadwood, 1891.
6192/2/19 A Select Collection of English Songs with their original airs and a historical essay on the origin and progress of national song, by the late Joseph Ritson, the second edition with additional songs and occasional notes by Thomas Park, FSA; vol 3 containing music and indexes (1813, printed by Harding & Wright for a number of named booksellers, London).
With printed bookplate bearing a monogram, 'SES' and coronet; and manuscript inscription on flyleaf by Lucy Broadwood, 1891.
6192/2/17 The Musical Miscellany 'being chiefly a collection of popular comic songs interspersed with a pleasing variety of others' (P Burgess, Ramsgate; Langley & Co, London, [?1820])
6192/2/28 A Selection of Popular National Airs, with symphonies and accompaniments by HR Bishop and words by T Moore (J Power, London) 2 Dec 1822
6192/2/77-78 A Collection of Glees, Canons and Catches Vols 1-2, by J W Callcott (London) 1824
6192/2/87, 34 A Collection of National English Airs … interspersed with remarks and anecdote … preceded by an essay on ancient minstrelsy, harmonised by W Crotch, GA MacFarren and J Augustine Wade, edited by W Chappell, vols.1-2 (Chappell, London) 1840. With manuscript annotations by Lucy Broadwood in vol. 2
6192/2/75 Popular Music of the Olden Time: a collection of ancient songs, ballads and dance tunes illustrative of the National Music of England … also a short account of the minstrels, vol 2, by W Chappell, harmonisations by GA Macfarren (Cramer, Beale & Chappell, London, )
6192/2/50 A Pedlar's Pack of Ballads and Songs with illustrative notes, by WH Logan (William Patterson, Edinburgh), 1869.
Note on title page 'Lucy E Broadwood, Jan 1895'
6192/2/65 Nursery Rhymes and Country Songs, collected and arranged by MH Mason, illustrated by Miss EMS Scannell (Metzler & Co, London, )
Lucy Broadwood's manuscript annotations throughout.
6192/2/85 Old English Composers for the Virginals & Harpsichord, edited by E Pauer, dedicated to Henry Broadwood (Augener & Co, London, edition 8300, 1879)
Lucy Broadwood's copy from E Pauer
6192/2/42 Privately bound volume entitled 'Papers on British Folk Song' containing offprints of the following lectures:
'Sussex Songs and Music', by FE Sawyer, delivered to the British Archaeological Association, 21 Aug 1886;
'The Distinctive Characteristics of Ancient Irish Melody: The Scales, A Plea for Restoration and Preservation', delivered by JC Culwick to the National Literary Society, Dublin, on 15 Feb, 1897;
'On the Collecting of English Folk-Song', delivered by LE Broadwood on 14 Mar 1905 (extracted from 'Proceedings of the 31st Session of the Musical Association.) The first two offprints were presented to Lucy Broadwood by the authors and have been annotated by her.
6192/2/29 Sussex Songs, arranged by HF Birch Reynardson, [edited by Lucy Broadwood] (Stanley Lucas, Weber & Co, London, ).
Plain binding, no illustrations. Title page stamped 'now the property of Leonard & Co, London'. In 1889, HF Birch Reynardson and Lucy Broadwood republished Rev John Broadwood's Old English Songs as Sussex Songs. In addition to the songs collected by Rev Broadwood, Sussex Songs also included songs collected by Lucy. She has annotated this edition to indicate which songs she had added. There are other manuscript annotations by Lucy Broadwood throughout, including, on blank sheets at the back, alternative versions of some of the songs taken from a variety of sources. Also an article by Annie Gilchrist. (For proofs and manuscript score of Old English Songs, 1847, see 2185/197; and for published version, see 2185/LEB/4/8. For illustrated, paper-bound copy of Sussex Song published by Leonard & Co, London, 1889, see 2185/LEB/5/65).
6192/2/31 The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, vol 1, edited by Frances James Child, with biographical study of FJ Child by GL Kittredge (Houghton, Mifflin & Co, Boston and New York, )
6192/2/9 The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, vol 2, edited by Frances James Child (Houghton, Mifflin & Co, Boston and New York, ). Lucy Broadwood's manuscript annotations throughout.
6192/2/83 The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, vol 3, edited by Frances James Child (Houghton, Mifflin & Co, Boston and New York) 1890
6192/2/105 English and Scottish Ballads, vol 4, edited by F J Child (Boston and New York) 1890, 1892
6192/2/60 English Folk-Songs, by William Alexander Barrett (Novello, Ewer & Co, London, ).
A press notice of Barrett's death, 19 Oct 1891, is attached to the title page. Manuscript annotations by Lucy Broadwood throughout.
6192/2/80 Traditional Tunes, a collection of ballad airs chiefly obtained in Yorkshire and the South of Scotland, edited by Frank Kidson, no.75 of a limited edition of 200 (Charles Taphouse & Son, Oxford, 1891)
Manuscript dedication: 'To Miss Lucy Broadwood from AJ Hipkins, 1891' and Lucy Broadwood's manuscript annotations throughout.
6192/2/13-14 Old English Popular Music, Vol 1, by William Chappell, a new edition with preface and notes by H Ellis Wooldridge (Chappell & Co and MacMillan & Co, London) 1893
With manuscript annotations by Lucy Broadwood
6192/2/35 Popular British Ballads: Ancient & Modern, Vol 1, chosen by R Brimley Johnson, illustrated by W Cubitt Cooke (JM Dent, London, 1894)
The ballads are attributed to a variety of published collections dating from 1611. Manuscript inscription 'Miss Broadwood with many thanks from the editor, Dec 94'
6192/2/36 Popular British Ballads: Ancient & Modern, Vol 2, chosen by R Brimley Johnson, illustrated by W Cubitt Cooke (JM Dent, London, 1894) Chiefly Scottish ballads and English 'peasant' songs, attributed to a variety of published collections dating from 1802.
6192/2/37 Popular British Ballads: Ancient & Modern, Vol 3, chosen by R Brimley Johnson, illustrated by W Cubitt Cooke (JM Dent, London, 1894). English and Welsh ballads by named poets including Goldsmith, Blake, Cowper, Wordsworth, Scott, Coleridge, Christina and DG Rosetti, Shelley and Keats
6192/2/38 Popular British Ballads: Ancient & Modern, Vol 4, chosen by R Brimley Johnson, illustrated by W Cubitt Cooke (JM Dent, London, 1894). Chiefly English and Irish ballads by named poets including RL Stevenson, AC Swinburne, WB Yeats, Lady Wilde (alias La Speranza)
6192/2/88 English and Scottish Ballads, Vol 5, edited by F J Child (Boston and New York) 1894, 1898
6192/2/54 A Garland of Country Song: English folk songs and their traditional melodies, collected and arranged by S Baring Gould and H Fleetwood Sheppard (Methuen & Co, London) 1895
Heavily annotated by Lucy Broadwood
6192/2/51 Manx National Songs …selected from the collection of the Deemster Gill, Dr J Clague & WH Gill, arranged by WH Gill (Boosey & Co, London and New York, 1896)
6192/2/79 Songs and Ballads of Northern England, collected and edited by John Stokoe, harmonised and arranged by Samuel Reay (Walter Scott Lts, Newcastle, ).
Autographed and presented to Lucy Broadwood by S Reay.
6192/2/74 Children's Songs of Long Ago, by A Moffat & F Kidson (Augener Ltd, London, )
6192/2/12 English Folk-Song: Some Conclusions, by CJ Sharp (various publishers, London) 1907
Sent to Lucy Broadwood by the author, 21 Oct 1908
6192/2/45 English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians, collected by Olive Dame Campbell and Cecil J Sharp (GP Puttnam's Sons, New York and London) 1917.
With manuscript annotations and loose enclosures by Lucy Broadwood
6192/2/3 Old English Ditties selected from W Chappell's 'Popular Music of the Olden Time', by J Oxenford and GA Macfarren (Chappell & Co, London) nd [late 19th cent]
'James HT Broadwood from MEB, Nov 21st 1887'
6192/2/27 Popular Music of the Olden Time, a collection of ancient songs, ballads and dance tunes illustrative of the National Music of England, vol 1, by W Chappell, airs harmonized by GA Macfarren (Cramer, Beale & Chappell, London) .
With manuscript annotations by Lucy Broadwood. Walter and Henry Fowler Broadwood were among the subscribers to this publication.
6192/2/40-41 The Songs of England, Vol 1, a collection of 272 English melodies … edited, with new symphonies and accompaniments, by John Liptrot Hatton and Eaton Fanning (Boosey & Co, London and New York). [Originally projected to be 3 volumes] [?1900]
6192/2/97-98 Songs of the North, vols 1-2, edited by AC Macleod and H Boulton (London) nd [?early 20th cent]
6192/2/104 The Songs of England Vol 3, edited by E Fanning (London) nd [?early 20th cent]
6192/2/96 Allgemeines Commers- und Liederbuch, enthaltend ältere und neue Burschenlieder, Trinklieder, Vaterlandsgesange, Kriegs- und Turnlieder, by Albert Methfessel (Rudolstadt, Germany, 1823)
German song book containing 'old and new Burschenlieder, drinking songs, folksongs, war and part songs'
6192/2/4 Unswahl Deutscher Lieder (Leipzig) 1858
Note inside cover in Lucy Broadwood's manuscript: 'Given to LE Broadwood by Miss Cooke, Miss Dawkins' cousin, Eastwood, Bournemouth, Sep 1917'
6192/2/43 Arion Sammlung auserlesener Gesangstücke mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, band VII, published by Braunschweig ('bei Fr Busse', Germany) nd [c.1828-1830]
Manuscript pencil annotation 'HF Broadwood'. Translation: 'Arion, a collection of outstanding songs with pianoforte accompaniment, vol.VII'
6192/2/44 Arion Sammlung auserlesener Gesangstücke mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, band III, [published by Braunschweig (Germany)] nd [c.1828-1830]
Translation: 'Arion, a collection of 'auserlesener' songs with pianoforte accompaniment, vol.III'
6192/2/92 Arion Sammlung Auserlesener Gesangstucke Mit Bebleitung Des Pianoforte Sechster Band (Leipzig) nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/93 Arion ... Erster Band (Leipzig) nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/94 Arion ... Vierter Band (Braunschweig) nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/95 Arion ... Zweiter Band (Leipzig) nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/81 Songs of Old Ireland, edited by Alfred Perceval Graves & Charles Villiers Stanford (Boosey & Co, London, )
6192/2/82 Irish Songs and Ballads, edited by Alfred Perceval Graves & Charles Villiers Stanford (Novello, Ewer & Co, London, 1893)
6192/2/71 The Irish Melodies of Thomas Moore, arranged for the voice and pianoforte by CV Stanford (Boosey & Co, London and New York, 1895)
6192/2/56 The Minstrelsy of Ireland: 200 Irish songs, arranged and edited by A Moffat (Augener & Co, London, ).
A collection of traditional and popular songs, including some by Thomas Moore and WB Yeats.
6192/2/39 The Irish Song Book, edited by A P Graves (London) 1905
6192/2/46-49 The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, vols 1-4, by Sir Walter Scott (Robert Cadell, Edinburgh and London, 1850). Reprint of 1st edition, 1802-1803, with Scott's additional introductions, appendixes and the editor's notes. With manuscript annotations by Lucy Broadwood.
6192/2/33 Traditional Ballad Airs arranged and harmonised… from copies procured in the counties of Aberdeen, Banff and Moray by W Christie & the late William Christie, Monquhitter, vol 1, edited by W Christie, Dean of Moray (Edmonston & Douglas, Edinburgh, 1876)
6192/2/61 Traditional Ballad Airs arranged and harmonised… from copies procured in the counties of Aberdeen, Banff and Moray by W Christie & the late William Christie, Monquhitter, vol 2, edited by W Christie, Dean of Moray (David Douglas, Edinburgh, 1881)
6192/2/22 A' Choisir-Chiuil: The St Columba Collection of Gaelic Songs arranged for part singing (J & R Parlane, Paisley, [c. 1890])
Annotated by Lucy Broadwood
6192/2/21 Bound volume entitled 'Folk-Song in Buchan etc' containing offprints of the following articles:
'Folk-Song in Buchan', by G Greig from The transactions of the Buchan Field Club, 1906 (P Scrogie, Peterhead);
Collection of northern and Scottish songs published as 'The Rymour Club, Edinburgh Miscellanea, Part 2' and sent to Lucy Broadwood by Dr G Gardiner, 1907. Annotated by Lucy Broadwood and Gavin Greig.
6192/2/53 Last Leaves of Traditional Ballads and Ballad Airs collected in Aberdeenshire by the late Gavin Greig, edited by Alexander Keith (The Buchan Club, Aberdeen, 1925), with press cuttings of reviews
6192/2/26 The Songs of Scotland, a collection of 190 songs by various composers, music edited by J Pittman and Colin Brown, poetry edited (with notes) by Dr C Mackay (Boosey & Co, London) 
With manuscript annotations by Lucy Broadwood
6192/2/100 The Book of Scottish Ballads, edited by A Whitelaw (Glasgow) nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/16 Ancient Spanish Ballads; historical & romantic, translated by JG Lockhart (4th edition, John Murray, London, 1853)
HF Broadwood's bookplate inside
6192/2/52 Kinderlied und Kinderspiel im Kanton Bern, by Gertrud Zuricher (Publications de la Sociétè Suisse des Traditions Populaires, Zurich, 1902). Includes loose manuscript notes by Lucy Broadwood
6192/2/84 Old Welsh Airs, edited by N Bennett (London and Glasgow) 1876
6192/2/2 Bound volume entitled 'Welsh Folk-Song', containing offprints of the following articles:
'Folk-songs', by AP Graves and HR Reichel, in Papers read at Caernarvon, 22 Aug 1906 (Welsh Folk Song Society);
'Welsh National Melodies and Folk-song' by J Lloyd Williams (Cymmrodorion Society, London, 1907-1908);
'Some Remarks on Certain Vocal Traditions in Wales', by A Daniell (Cymmrodorion Society, London, 1909-1910)
6192/2/73 A Descriptive Catalogue of the Musical Instruments in the South Kensington Museum, by Carl Engel (2nd edition, Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1874).
Contains Evelyn Henry Tschudi Broadwood's book-plate and manuscript inscription: 'LE Broadwood from HFB, 1888'
6192/2/72 Musical Instruments, Historic, Rare and Unique, by AJ Hipkins (Edinburgh) 1888
6192/2/76 Perlen aus der Instrumenten-Sammlung, by Paul de Wit (Leipzig 1880, reprinted 1980)
6192/2/86 The Indians' Book: an offering by the American Indians of Indian Lore, musical and narrative, to form a record of the songs and legends of their race, edited by Natalie Curtis, illustrated with photographs and original drawings by Indians (Harper & Brothers, New York and London, 1907)
6192/2/91 Ancient Ballads and Legends of Hindustan, by Toru Dutt, with introductory memoir by Edmund Gosse (2nd edition, Kegan Paul, Trench & Co, London, 1885)
Lucy Broadwood's manuscript inscription 'from AHBR' (Aubrey Birch Reynardson)
6192/2/106 Songs of the Four Nations, edited by H Boulton (London) ?1882
6192/2/107 Italian Songs, a collection of music by composers such as Ferrari, Rossini and Mozart (published or printed in various places) nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/108 Music, a book containing music by Schubert and Mozart nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/109 Music, a book containing music by Arnaud, Weber, Beethoven, Rosa, Scarlatti and Cavalli nd [?19th cent]
6192/2/111 Chopin, music by Chopin (London) c.1870
6192/2/112 Music, a collection of songs including 'Auld Lang Syne' and 'A Creole Love Song' 1884
6192/2/113 Untitled music book with list on front cover which includes music by Handel, Rossini and Weber (published or printed in various places). nd [?19th cent]