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Percy Grainger (1882-1961)

Percy Grainger, composerAustralian-American composer, pianist, and folksong collector Percy Grainger was an accomplished pianist and innovative composer. At a young age, Grainger was educated by his mother, Rose, who instilled in him a love for the arts and a heroic outlook on life. Grainger continued his studies at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt, Germany. In 1901, Grainger and his mother moved on to London. Like Béla Bartók, Percy Grainger was interested in collecting and preserving folk songs. While he lived in London, he traveled around England, collecting and transcribing folk songs. Grainger championed the music of Edvard Grieg and Frederick Delius and worked to establish himself as a pianist before promoting his work as a composer. When he moved to America during the onset of World War I, Grainger served in the United States Army, first playing oboe and soprano saxophone, and then became a bandmaster. During the 1930s, Grainger became more interested in working as an educator working with many amateur, school, college, and community ensembles. He would score his music for these ensembles. This scoring culminated in his most beloved setting of folk music Lincolnshire Posy (1937). Grainger’s innovative scoring and instrumental balance left a vibrant legacy in American Band music written after 1940. Even though Grainger was best known for his compositions based on folk music, he was more interested in developing a form of music that was free from the tonal and rhythmic rules of Western art music. He wanted to create music with pitches that could glide seamlessly from one to the next, to imitate the motion of waves. His first attempt at writing this kind of music was Free Music No. 1 for string quartet. Afterward, he rewrote it for four theremins. Starting in 1945, Grainger worked with a physics teacher, Burnett Cross, to invent and build machines that could perform the "free music" that Grainger wanted to compose. Together they designed about four different machines. The "Reed-Box Tone-Tool" and the "Kangaroo Pouch Tone-Tool" are now in the Grainger Museum in Melbourne, Australia.
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The works of Percy Grainger are very diverse, and Grainger often rearranged and recomposed pieces over the course of many years. We therefore list his works alphabetically, with the following information: instrumentation [under construction], duration of work and available recording of the work as part of either "The Percy Grainger Editon" (Chandos Records) or one of many other Grainger recordings.

COMPOSITIONS - ALPHABETICAL                                Grainger Links     ~ ~ ~     Works by Genre
For complete details see  here
Afterword (3:51 - GE: Vol.3, 12)
Agincourt Song (1:34 - GE: Vol.18)
Afton Waters (5:58 - GE: Vol.7)
Air & Finale on Norwegian Dances (Scandanavian Suite No. 5) (5:32 - GE: Vol.13)
Always Merry and Bright, 2 pf
Anchor Song (Kipling) (3:34 - GE: Vol.3, 7)
Andante con moto (3:23 - GE: Vol.16; DUP-1)
Arrival Platform Humlet (In a Nutshell Suite No. 1) (3:08 - GE: Vol.1, 13, 17; DUP-1)
At Twilight (3:57 - GE: Vol.18)
Australian Up-Country Song (1:39 - GE: Vol.17, 18)
Beaches of Lukannon, The see Lukannon
Beautiful Fresh Flower (2:37 - KMPG)
Bell Piece (5:32 - GE: Vol.8)
Blithe Bells (4:08 - GE: Vol.1, 8; CMPG)
Bold William Taylor (3:39 - GE: Vol.2, 14; SPG)
Bonnie George Campbell (from "Songs of the North") (0:55 - GE: Vol.2)
Brahms’ Paganini Variations, No. 12, 2 pf (1:15 - DUP-5)
Bridal Lullaby (2:25 - DUP-1)
Bridegroom Grat (1:43 - GE: Vol.12, 14)
Bride’s Tragedy (9:16 - DB)
Brigg Fair (3:09 - GE: Vol.3; SPG; DB)
Brisk Young Sailor (Lincolnshire Posy No. 4) (1:41 - GE: Vol.4, 17 [0:33]; DUP-3)
Bristol Town see In Bristol Town
British Waterside (1:41 - GE: Vol.2)
Carman’s Whistle – Air & Variations on Byrd, 2 pf (5:22 - DUP-5)
Children’s March – Over the Hills and Far Away (7:10 - GE: Vol.8; DUP-1 [0:59]; DUP-5)
Colleen Dhas (3:31 - GE: Vol.5; KMPG)
Colonial Song (Sentimental No.1) see also Up-country (6:40 - GE: Vol.1, 4, 5, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17; DUP-1)
Country Gardens (2:20 - GE: Vol.4, 5, 6, 10, 17; CMPG; DUP-3)
County Derry Air see Irish Tune from County Derry
Cradle Song (Brahms)
Creepin’ Jane (4:08 - GE: Vol.2)
Crew of the Long Serpent (4:47 - GE: Vol.11)
Crying For the Moon (Ella Grainger No. 4) (1:35 - GE: Vol.12)
Daffyd Y Garreg Wen (David of the White Rock) (2:08 - GE: Vol.12)
Dalvisa (1:08 - GE: Vol.11)
Danish Melody (Scandinavian Suite No. 4) (2:47 - GE: Vol.13)
Danish Folk-song Suite (19:22 - GE: Vol.11; KMPG)
Danny Boy see Irish Tune from County Derry
Danny Deever (3:16 - GE: Vol.9; DB)
Dedication I (1:42 - GE: Vol.7)
Dedication II (1:25 - GE: Vol.7)
Delius’ Dance Rhapsody (2 piano version) (12:14 - DUP: 5)
Died for Love (2:01 - GE: Vol.9, 12, 14, 17; HJB; DUP-3)
Dollar and a Half a Day (3:21 - GE: Vol.9)
Dreamery (2:24 - GE: Vol.5, 6 [6:51])
Drowned (from "Songs of the North") (3:08 - GE: Vol.2)
Dublin Bay see Lisbon
Duke of Marlborough’ Fanfare (2:27 - GE: Vol.1; SPG)
Early One Morning (3:30 - GE: Vol.3, 6, 9, 12, 18; HJB)
Eastern Intermezzo (Youthful Suite No. 4) (2:19 - GE: Vol.6, 15, 16; CMPG)
English Dance (No. 1) (10:00 - GE: Vol.1, 10, 15; DUP-5)
English Waltz (Youthful Suite No. 5) (5:22 - GE: Vol.6, 16; DUP-1)
Evan Banks (3:14 - GE: Vol.7)
Fadir og Dóttir see Father and Daughter
Faeroe Island Dance (2:33 - GE: Vol.4)
Fair Young Mary (3:06 - GE: Vol.7)
Fall of the Stone, The (Jungle Book No. 1) (2:11 - HJB)
Fantasy on Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, 2pf
Farewell to an Atoll (Ella Grainger No. 3) (1:45 - GE: Vol.12)
Father and Daughter (3:02 - GE: Vol.11; DB)
First Chantey (4:00 - GE: Vol.7)
Fisher’s Boarding House (6:36 - GE: Vol.1)
Five settings of Ella Grainger (GE: Vol.12)
Four Irish Dances (Stanford), pf
Four Settings from Songs of the North (1) (8:38 - GE: Vol.2)
Four Settings from Songs of the North (2) (10:09 - GE: Vol.7)
Four Settings from Songs of the North (3) (GE: Vol.12)
Free Music (1:57 - GE: Vol.14)
Ganges Pilot (2:26 - GE: Vol.7)
Gay but wistful (In a Nutshell Suite No. 2) (3:15 - GE: Vol.1, 17; DUP-1)
Gershwin’s Embraceable You, 2 pf (1:28 - DUP: 5)
Gigue (0:51 - GE: Vol.16)
Gipsy’s Wedding Day (1:35 - GE: Vol.18)
Good-Bye to Love (3:54 - HJB)
Green Bushes (8:27 - GE: Vol.1, 10, 15; SPG; CMPG; DUP-5)
Gum-suckers March (In a Nutshell Suite No. 4) (4:04 - GE: Vol.1, 4, 17; DUP-1)
Handel in the Strand (4:17 - GE: Vol.3, 5, 6, 13, 17; CMPG; DUP-1)
Hard Hearted Barb’ra (H)Ellen (0:57 - GE: Vol.2 [6:45], 17; DUP-3)
Harkstow Grance (Lincolnshire Posy No. 2) (2:57 - GE: Vol.4)
Harvest Hymn (3:16 - GE: Vol.1, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 17; DUP-1)
Hill Song No. 1 (14:18 - GE: Vol.8; KMPG)
Hill Song No. 2 (5:05 - GE: Vol.4, 8, 15; KMPG)
Honey Pot Bee (Ella Grainger No. 2) (1:29 - GE: Vol.12)
Horkstow Grange "The Miser and His Man" (1:19 - GE: Vol.17) see Harkstow Grance ???
Hubby and Wifey (1:18 - GE: Vol.12, 14)
Hunter in His Career (2:49 - GE: Vol.17; DUP-3)
Hunting-Song of the Seeonee Pack (JBk No. 8) (1:28 - GE: Vol.18; HJB)
I’m Seventeen Come Sunday (2:56 - GE: Vol.3; SPG; DB)
Immovable Do (The Cyphering C) (4:58 - GE: Vol.5, 8, 15; DUP-1)
In a Nutshell Suite (20:20 - GE: Vol.1; DUP-1)
In Bristol Town (0:47 - GE: Vol.10, 12 [2:29], 17; DUP-3)
In Dahomey (Cakewalk Smasher) (4:24 - GE: Vol.16; DUP-1)
Inuit, The (Jungle Book No. 4) (2:17 - HJB)
Irish Tune from County Derry (County Derry Air; Danny Boy) (7:07 - GE: Vol.3, 4, 6, 8, 9 [3:36], 15, 16, 18; SPG; KMPG; DUP-3; DB)
Jungle Book Verses (9:00 - GE: Vol.18; HJB)
Jutish Melody (Danish Folk-song Suite No. 4) (7:54 - GE: Vol.10, 11; KMPG; DUP-3)
Keel-Row (1:13 - GE: Vol.10)
Klavierstück in A minor (5:45 - GE: Vol.16)
Klavierstück in B flat (1:38 - GE: Vol.16)
Klavierstück in D major (3:38 - GE: Vol.16)
Klavierstück in E major (6:44 - GE: Vol.16)
Kleine Variationen-Form (5:17 - GE: Vol.11)
Knight and Shepherd’s Daughter (2:33 - DUP: 3)
La Scandinavie (Scandinavian Suite) (15:51 - GE: Vol.13)
Lads of Wamphray March (7:52 - GE: Vol.4)
Land O’ the Leal (2:22 - GE: Vol.12, 14)
Leesie Lindsay see Will ye gang to the Hielands
Leprechaun’s Dance (Stanford), pf
Let’s Dance Gay in Green Meadow (0:47 - GE: Vol.10; SPG [3:02])
Lincolnshire Posy (15:40 - GE: Vol.4)
Lisbon (Dublin Bay) (Lincolnshire Posy No. 1) (1:27 - GE: Vol.4, 14, 17; SPG; DUP-3)
Little Ole with his Umbrella (2:33 - GE: Vol.12)
Lonely Desert-Man Sees Tents of the Happy Tribes (2:47 - GE: Vol.3, 12)
Lord Maxwell’s Goodnight (3:38 - GE: Vol.5, 7, 14, 15; SPG; HJB)
Lord Melbourne (Lincolnshire Posy No. 5) (3:16 - GE: Vol.4)
Lord Peter’s Stable-boy (Danish Folk-song Suite No. 2) (3:12 - GE: Vol.11, 14; KMPG)
Lost Lady Found (Lincolnshire Posy No. 6) (2:53 - GE: Vol.2, 4, 5; SPG; DB)
Love at First Sight (Ella Grainger No. 5) (2:03 - GE: Vol.12, 18)
Love Song of Har Dyal, The (Kipling) (2:54 - GE: Vol.5, 12; HJB)
Love Verses from The Song of Solomon (7:18 - GE: Vol.9; DB)
Lukannon (Jungle Book No.5)(Kipling No. 1) (6:26 - GE: Vol.2, 18; HJB [3:23])
Lullaby from Tribute to Foster, pf
Maiden and the Frog (1:00 - GE: Vol.13)
March Jig (Stanford) (pf, 2pf)
Marching Song of Democracy (6:36 - GE: Vol.8)
Marching Tune (4:11 - GE: Vol.3)
Mary Thomson (2:42 - GE: Vol.18)
Men of the Sea (Kipling no. 5) (1:29 - GE: Vol.2)
Merciful Town (Kipling no. 2) (3:04 - GE: Vol.2)
Merry King (4:58 - GE: Vol.4, 9, 15, 17; DUP-3)
Merry Wedding (6:40 - GE: Vol.11; DB)
Mo Dighean Dubh (1:47 - GE: Vol.16, 18 [4:25]; DUP-3; DB [4:01])
Mock Morris (3:58 - GE: Vol.5, 6, 9, 13, 17; CMPG; DUP-1)
Molly on the Shore (4:08 - GE: Vol.3, 4, 6, 9, 13, 14, 17; SPG; CMPG; DUP-3)
Morning Song in the Jungle (Jungle Book No. 2) (2:50 - HJB)
Mowgli’s Song Against People (Jungle Book No. 11) (3:41 - HJB)
My dark-haired maiden see Mo Nighean Dubh
My Faithful Fond One (SON No. 10) (3:15 - GE: Vol.7)
My Love’s in Germanie (3:57 - GE: Vol.18; HJB)
My Robin is to the Greenwood Gone (4:57 - GE: Vol.5, 13, 17; SPG; CMPG; DUP-3)
Near Woodstock Town (3:00 - GE: Vol.12 [1:40], 16, 18; DUP-3)
Nell (Faure), pf
Nightingale & The Two Sisters (Danish Folksong Suite # 3) (4:57 - GE: Vol.11, 13; KMPG; DUP-3)
Nightingale (2:04 - GE: Vol.14)
Night-Song in the Jungle (Jungle Book No. 3) (0:55 - GE: Vol.18; HJB)
Nine Settings of Rudyard Kipling (31:33 - GE: Vol.7)
Norse Dirge (Youthful Suite No. 3) (8.56 - GE: Vol.6)
Northern Ballad (Kipling No. 4) (1:03 - GE: Vol.2)
Northern March (Youthful Suite No. 1) (6:36 - GE: Vol.6)
Norwegian Polska (Scandinavian Suite No. 3) (2:47 - GE: Vol.13)
O gin I were where Gadie rins (SON No. 13) (1:43 - GE: Vol.9, 16; DUP-3)
O Glorious, Golden Era (O begli’ anni dell’ oro) (1:43 - GE: Vol.12)
O Mistress Mine (1:35 - GE: Vol.18)
O’er the Moor (SON No. 12) (2:19 - GE: Vol.7)
Old Irish Tune
Old Woman at the Christening (2:42 - GE: Vol.14)
One More Day My John (1:59 - DUP: 3 [2 versions])
Only Son, The (Jungle Book No. 10) (4:40 - GE: Vol.12, 14; HJB)
Over the Hills and Far Away see Children’s March
Paraphrase on Tchaikovsky’s Flower Waltz (7:08 - GE: Vol.16)
Pastoral (In a Nutshell Suite No. 3) (10:16 - GE: Vol.1, 17; DUP-1)
Peace (2:50 - GE: Vol.16; DUP-1)
Peora Hunt, The (Jungle Book No. 7) (0:40 - HJB)
Power of Love, The (Danish Folk-song Suite No. l) (4:53 - GE: Vol.7, 9, 11, 14; KMPG; HJB)
Power of Rome and the Christian Heart (14:17 - GE: Vol.8, 15)
Prelude in C (0:45 - GE: Vol.16)
Prelude in G (2:57 - GE: Vol.16)
Pretty Maid Milkin’ Her Cow (1:22 - GE: Vol.2; SPG)
Pritteling Pratteling Poll Parrot, 2pf
Proud Vesselil (Stålt Vesselil) (4:03 - GE: Vol.11, 12; DUP-3 [0:52])
Ramble on Love (Strauss), pf
Random Round  (6:01 - GE: Vol.9, 10)
Recessional (3:58 - GE: Vol.18; HJB)
Red Dog (JBk No. 6) (1:11 - HJB)
Reel (Stanford), pf
Reiver’s Neck-Verse, A (2:16 - GE: Vol.7)
Ride with an Idle Whip (Kipling No. 3) (0:20 - GE: Vol.2)
Rimmer and Goldcastle (0:53 - DUP: 3)
Rival Brothers, The (1:15 - GE: Vol.11, 17; HJB; DUP-3)
Rondo, 2pf
Rufford Park Poachers (Lincolnshire Posy No. 3) (3:47 - GE: Vol.4)
Running of Shindand, The (1:41 - GE: Vol.5; HJB)
Rustic March (Youthful Suite No. 2) (3.32 - GE: Vol.6; CMPG)
Sailor’s Chanty (3:06 - GE: Vol.2)
Sailor’s Song (2:40 - GE: Vol.16; DUP-1)
Saxon Twi-Play (2:07 - GE: Vol.16; DUP-1)
Scandinavian Suite (La Scandinavie) (15:51 - GE: Vol.13)
Scotch Strathspey and Reel (7:08 - GE: Vol.5, 16 [5:11]; SPG; DUP-3 [4:57];  DB)
Scherzo (1:40 - GE: Vol.9)
Sea-Song Sketch (0:48 - GE: Vol.14, 17)
Sea-Wife (4:58 - GE: Vol.5, 7)
Secret of the Sea (3:30 - GE: Vol.2)
Seven men from all the world (2:00 - GE: Vol.16)
Shallow Brown (6:32 - GE: Vol.2, 3; SPG; DB)
Sheep and Goat Walkin’ to the Pasture, pf
Shenandoah (1:44 - GE: Vol.3; SPG)
Shepherd’s Hey! (2:06 - GE: Vol.1, 4, 6, 9, 13, 14, 17; SPG; CMPG; DUP-3)
Shoemaker from Jerusalem (3:18 - GE: Vol.13, 14)
Six Dukes Went A-fishin’ (2:19  - GE: Vol.2, 3 [4:00], 18; HJB)
Six Settings of Rudyard Kipling (16:34 - GE: Vol.2)
Skye Boat Song (SON No. 3) (3:30 - GE: Vol.9, 12 [1:52])
Slow Dance (Stanford), pf
Soldier, Soldier (Kipling No. 6) (3:39 - GE: Vol.2, 7 [2:45], 18)
Song of Autumn (1:34 - GE: Vol.12)
Song of Värmeland (Scandinavian Suite No. 2) (2:51 - GE: Vol.11, 13)
Spoon River (4:57 - GE: Vol.15; CMPG; DUP-3 [2:34]; DUP-5)
Sprig of Thyme, The (2:35 - GE: Vol.12; SPG; HJB)
Stålt Vesselil see Proud Vesselil
Stormy (1:19 - GE: Vol.3)
Sussex Mummers’ Christmas Carol (3:40 - GE: Vol.13, 17; DUP-3)
Swedish Air and Dance (Scandinavian Suite No. 1) (2:38 - GE: Vol.13)
Tents of the Happy Tribes from "Lonely Desert Man" (1:15 - GE: Vol.17)
Theme and Variations (8:53 - GE: Vol.13)
There was a Pig went out to Dig (1:57 - GE: Vol.3; SPG)
There Were Three Friends (1:54 - GE: Vol.1)
This Is No Plaid (Songs of the North) (1:25 - GE: Vol.12)
Thou Gracious Power (2:52 - GE: Vol.3)
Three Ravens (4:02 - GE: Vol.9; HJB; DB)
Three Settings of Robert Burns (13:10 - GE: Vol.7)
Three Scotch Folksongs (4:14 - GE: Vol.16)
Tiger-Tiger! (Jungle Book No. 9) (1:40 - GE: Vol.5, 17, 18; HJB)
To a Nordic Princess (12:31 - GE: Vol.11; DUP-1 [7:14])
To Echo (Ella Grainger No. 1) (1:37 - GE: Vol.12)
Train Music (0:36 - GE: Vol.16; DUP-5)
Tribute to Foster (11:15 - DB)
Turkey in the Straw, pf
Turn Ye to Me (Songs of the North) (2:42 - GE: Vol.12)
Twa Corbies (3:28 - GE: Vol.7, 14)
Two Musical Relics of My Mother, 2pf
Two Sea Shanties see Shenandoah; Stormy
Two Sisters for cello and harmonium (2:30 - GE: Vol.14)
Under A Bridge (Under en Bro) (3:44 - GE: Vol.11, 12)
Up-Country Song (Colonial Song) (0:54 - DUP: 5)
Variations on Handel’s Harmonious Blacksmith (1:28 - GE: Vol.12)
Walking Tune (4:02 - GE: Vol.1, 14, 16; CMPG; DUP-1)
The Warriors (18:17 - GE: Vol.6; KMPG; 2 pf: GE-Vol.10 [9:19]; DUP-5 [20:03])
Warriors II
We Have Fed Our Sea for a Thousand Years (3:14 - GE: Vol.5)
We Were Dreamers (3:49 - GE: Vol.1)
Weaving Song (Songs of the North) (1:50 - GE: Vol.12)
When the World Was Young  , 2pf
Widow’s Party (4:14 - GE: Vol.5, 7, 10, 17 [1:44]; DUP-3 [2:01])
Will ye gang to the Hielands, Leezie Lindsay? (from SON) (2:34 - GE: Vol.2, 16 [1:05]; DUP-3)
Willie’s gane to Melville Castle (from Songs of the North) (1:45 - GE: Vol.2)
Willow Willow (4:18 - GE: Vol.2, 12 [2:10], 14; SPG; HJB)
Woman Are A Gane Wud, The (SON No. 9) (1:20 - GE: Vol.7)
Wraith of Odin, 2pf
Ye Banks and Braes O’Bonnie Doon (2:56 - GE: Vol.3, 4, 10, 14, 15, 18; DUP-5)
Yon Wild Mossy Mountains (3:51 - GE: Vol.7)
Young British Soldier (7:17 - GE: Vol.7)
Youthful Rapture (5:04 - GE: Vol.9, 13; CMPG)
Youthful Suite (25:08 - GE: Vol.6)
Zanzibar Boat Song (4:40 - GE: Vol.10; DUP-5)


COMPOSITIONS - CHRONOLOGICAL                                Grainger Links     ~ ~ ~     Works by Genre
[under construction]
Afterword (3:51 - GE: Vol.3, 12)
Agincourt Song (1:34 - GE: Vol.18)
Afton Waters (5:58 - GE: Vol.7)
Air & Finale on Norwegian Dances (Scandanavian Suite No. 5) (5:32 - GE: Vol.13)
Always Merry and Bright, 2 pf
Anchor Song (Kipling) (3:34 - GE: Vol.3, 7)
Andante con moto, piano (c. 1897-99)
Arrival Platform Humlet, viola or massed violas (1912) [In a Nutshell Suite No. 1] [Room-music Tit-bits No. 7]
    - horn, 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba
    - piano
At Twilight (3:57 - GE: Vol.18)
Australian Up-Country Song (1:39 - GE: Vol.17, 18)
The Beaches of Lukannon, male chorus (Dec 1898; rev. 1941, w/harmonium & string orch) [Jungle Bk No. 5; Kipling Setting No. 20]
    - chorus, harmonium and string orchestra
Beautiful Fresh Flower, piano (1935) [orchestrated by Sculthorpe, 1990]
Bell Piece (5:32 - GE: Vol.8)
Blithe Bells (4:08 - GE: Vol.1, 8; CMPG)
Bold William Taylor (3:39 - GE: Vol.2, 14; SPG)
Bonnie George Campbell (from "Songs of the North") (0:55 - GE: Vol.2)
Brahms’ Paganini Variations, No. 12, 2 pf (1:15 - DUP-5)
Bridal Lullaby, piano (1916) [used in Warriors II]
Bridegroom Grat (1:43 - GE: Vol.12, 14)
Bride’s Tragedy (9:16 - DB)
Brigg Fair (3:09 - GE: Vol.3; SPG; DB)
Brisk Young Sailor (Lincolnshire Posy No. 4) (1:41 - GE: Vol.4, 17 [0:33]; DUP-3)
Bristol Town see In Bristol Town
British Waterside (1:41 - GE: Vol.2)
Carman’s Whistle – Air & Variations on Byrd, 2 pf (5:22 - DUP-5)
Children’s March – Over the Hills and Far Away, wind band (1916-18)
    - piano (????)
Colleen Dhas, chamber orchestra/ensemble (1904)
Colonial Song (Sentimental No.1), piano (1914) [see also Up-country]
Country Gardens (2:20 - GE: Vol.4, 5, 6, 10, 17; CMPG; DUP-3)
County Derry Air see Irish Tune from County Derry
Cradle Song (Brahms)
Creepin’ Jane (4:08 - GE: Vol.2)
Crew of the Long Serpent (4:47 - GE: Vol.11)
Crying For the Moon (Ella Grainger No. 4) (1:35 - GE: Vol.12)
Daffyd Y Garreg Wen (David of the White Rock) (2:08 - GE: Vol.12)
Dalvisa (1:08 - GE: Vol.11)
Danish Folk-song Suite, orchestra (1928; rev. 1941)
Danish Melody (Scandinavian Suite No. 4) (2:47 - GE: Vol.13)
Danny Boy see Irish Tune from County Derry
Danny Deever (3:16 - GE: Vol.9; DB)
Dedication I (1:42 - GE: Vol.7)
Dedication II (1:25 - GE: Vol.7)
Delius’ Dance Rhapsody (2 piano version) (12:14 - DUP: 5)
Died for Love, soprano and piano/or 3 winds or strings/or string orchestra (????) [BFMS No. 10] *****
Died for Love, piano (????) *****
Dollar and a Half a Day (3:21 - GE: Vol.9)
Dreamery (2:24 - GE: Vol.5, 6 [6:51])
Drowned (from "Songs of the North") (3:08 - GE: Vol.2)
Dublin Bay see Lisbon
Duke of Marlborough’ Fanfare (2:27 - GE: Vol.1; SPG)
Early One Morning, voice and piano (1898) [BRMS/no number]
    - mezzo-soprano, 3 altos and male chorus (Oct 1901)
    - soprano and piano (1940)
    - orchestra (1950)
    - chorus (arr. by David Tall, 1996)
Eastern Intermezzo (Youthful Suite No. 4) (2:19 - GE: Vol.6, 15, 16; CMPG)
English Dance (No. 1) (10:00 - GE: Vol.1, 10, 15; DUP-5)
English Waltz (Youthful Suite, No. 5), orchestra (1899-1903/1940-42)
    - piano (1943-45)
Evan Banks (3:14 - GE: Vol.7)
Fadir og Dóttir see Father and Daughter
Faeroe Island Dance (2:33 - GE: Vol.4)
Fair Young Mary (3:06 - GE: Vol.7)
The Fall of the Stone, chorus and chamber orch/ensemble (July 1901-Dec 1904; rev. 1923) [Jungle Bk No. 1; Kipling Setting No. 16]
Fantasy on Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, 2pf
Farewell to an Atoll (Ella Grainger No. 3) (1:45 - GE: Vol.12)
Father and Daughter (3:02 - GE: Vol.11; DB)
First Chantey (4:00 - GE: Vol.7)
Fisher’s Boarding House (6:36 - GE: Vol.1)
Five settings of Ella Grainger (GE: Vol.12)
Four Irish Dances (Stanford), pf
Four Settings from Songs of the North (1) (8:38 - GE: Vol.2)
Four Settings from Songs of the North (2) (10:09 - GE: Vol.7)
Four Settings from Songs of the North (3) (GE: Vol.12)
Free Music (1:57 - GE: Vol.14)
Ganges Pilot (2:26 - GE: Vol.7)
Gay but wistful (In a Nutshell Suite No. 2) (3:15 - GE: Vol.1, 17; DUP-1)
Gershwin’s Embraceable You, 2 pf (1:28 - DUP: 5)
Gigue (0:51 - GE: Vol.16)
Gipsy’s Wedding Day (1:35 - GE: Vol.18)
Good-Bye to Love, bridal lullaby, tenor, chorus, harp and string orchestra (orig. for piano, 1916; arr. by Alan Gibbs)
Good-Bye to Love, bridal lullaby, piano (1916)
Green Bushes (8:27 - GE: Vol.1, 10, 15; SPG; CMPG; DUP-5)
Gum-suckers March (In a Nutshell Suite No. 4) (4:04 - GE: Vol.1, 4, 17; DUP-1)
Handel in the Strand, piano and 2 or more strings; or massed pianos and string orch (Feb-Apr 1912) [Room-music Tit-bits No. 2]
    - piano solo (Mar 1930)
Hard Hearted Barb’ra (H)Ellen (0:57 - GE: Vol.2 [6:45], 17; DUP-3)
Harkstow Grance (Lincolnshire Posy No. 2) (2:57 - GE: Vol.4)
Harvest Hymn (1905-32)
    - piano (1936)
Hill Song No. 1, band (1st ver. Mar 1901-Sept 1902; rev. 1923)
Hill Song No. 2, band (1901-02/Apr 1907) [uses faster sections of Hill Song No. 1, plus new material]
Honey Pot Bee (Ella Grainger No. 2) (1:29 - GE: Vol.12)
Horkstow Grange "The Miser and His Man" (1:19 - GE: Vol.17) see Harkstow Grance ???
Hubby and Wifey (1:18 - GE: Vol.12, 14)
Hunter in His Career (2:49 - GE: Vol.17; DUP-3)
Hunting-Song of the Seeonee Pack, male chorus and string orchestra (Jan 1899) [Jungle Book No. 8; Kipling Setting No. 8]
I’m Seventeen Come Sunday (2:56 - GE: Vol.3; SPG; DB)
Immovable Do (The Cyphering C), organ; or chorus (w/, or w/o organ or other instruments); or orch; or string orch; or wind band; or var. wind groups (1933-Oct 1939)
    - piano (July 1940)
In a Nutshell Suite (1905/1914-16) [Arrival platform humet; Gay but wistful; Pastoral; The Gum-suckers March]
    - piano
In Bristol Town (0:47 - GE: Vol.10, 12 [2:29], 17; DUP-3)
In Dahomey (Cakewalk Smasher), piano (1903-09)
The Inuit, chorus (1902; rev. 1907) [Jungle Book No. 4; Kipling Setting No. 5]
Irish Tune from County Derry (County Derry Air; Danny Boy), chorus (1902)
Jungle Book Verses (9:00 - GE: Vol.18; HJB)
Jutish Melody (Danish Folk-song Suite No. 4) (7:54 - GE: Vol.10, 11; KMPG; DUP-3)
Keel-Row (1:13 - GE: Vol.10)
Klavierstück in A minor (5:45 - GE: Vol.16)
Klavierstück in B flat (1:38 - GE: Vol.16)
Klavierstück in D major (3:38 - GE: Vol.16)
Klavierstück in E major (6:44 - GE: Vol.16)
Kleine Variationen-Form (5:17 - GE: Vol.11)
Knight and Shepherd’s Daughter (2:33 - DUP: 3)
La Scandinavie (Scandinavian Suite) (15:51 - GE: Vol.13)
Lads of Wamphray March (7:52 - GE: Vol.4)
Land O’ the Leal (2:22 - GE: Vol.12, 14)
Leesie Lindsay see Will ye gang to the Hielands
Leprechaun’s Dance (Stanford), pf
Let’s Dance Gay in Green Meadow (0:47 - GE: Vol.10; SPG [3:02])
Lincolnshire Posy (15:40 - GE: Vol.4)
Lisbon (Dublin Bay) (Lincolnshire Posy No. 1) (1:27 - GE: Vol.4, 14, 17; SPG; DUP-3)
Little Ole with his Umbrella (2:33 - GE: Vol.12)
Lonely Desert-Man Sees Tents of the Happy Tribes (2:47 - GE: Vol.3, 12)
Lord Maxwell’s Goodnight, male voice and string orchestra (1904; rev. w/6 solo strgs & strg orch, 1912)
Lord Maxwell’s Goodnight, voice and piano (1904; final revision, 1958) [BFMS No. 42]
Lord Melbourne (Lincolnshire Posy No. 5) (3:16 - GE: Vol.4)
Lord Peter’s Stable-boy (Danish Folk-song Suite No. 2) (3:12 - GE: Vol.11, 14; KMPG)
Lost Lady Found (Lincolnshire Posy No. 6) (2:53 - GE: Vol.2, 4, 5; SPG; DB)
Love at First Sight (Ella Grainger No. 5) (2:03 - GE: Vol.12, 18)
The Love Song of Har Dyal, voice and piano (1901; arr. for sop & chamber orch/ensemble, 1958) [Kipling Setting No. 11]
Love Verses from The Song of Solomon (7:18 - GE: Vol.9; DB)
Lukannon (Jungle Book No.5)(Kipling No. 1) (6:26 - GE: Vol.2, 18; HJB [3:23])
Lullaby from Tribute to Foster, pf
Maiden and the Frog (1:00 - GE: Vol.13)
March Jig (Stanford) (pf, 2pf)
Marching Song of Democracy (6:36 - GE: Vol.8)
Marching Tune (4:11 - GE: Vol.3)
Mary Thomson (2:42 - GE: Vol.18)
Men of the Sea (Kipling no. 5) (1:29 - GE: Vol.2)
Merciful Town (Kipling no. 2) (3:04 - GE: Vol.2)
Merry King (4:58 - GE: Vol.4, 9, 15, 17; DUP-3)
Merry Wedding (6:40 - GE: Vol.11; DB)
Mo Dighean Dubh (1:47 - GE: Vol.16, 18 [4:25]; DUP-3; DB [4:01])
Mock Morris, string "six-some" (sextet); or string "band" (orchestra) (May-June 1910) [Room-music Tit-bits No. 1]
    - piano (concert version)
    - piano (popular version)
Molly on the Shore (4:08 - GE: Vol.3, 4, 6, 9, 13, 14, 17; SPG; CMPG; DUP-3)
Morning Song in the Jungle, chorus (June 1905 [Jungle Book No. 2; Kipling Setting No. 3]
Mowgli’s Song Against People, ten, bar, chorus & chamber orch/ensbl (Apr-June 1903) [Jungle Bk No. 11; Kipling Setting No. 15]
My dark-haired maiden see Mo Nighean Dubh
My Faithful Fond One (SON No. 10) (3:15 - GE: Vol.7)
My Love’s in Germanie, 7 soloists and 8-part chorus (Mar 1903) [BFMS/no number]
My Robin is to the Greenwood Gone (4:57 - GE: Vol.5, 13, 17; SPG; CMPG; DUP-3)
Near Woodstock Town (3:00 - GE: Vol.12 [1:40], 16, 18; DUP-3)
Nell (Faure), pf
Nightingale & The Two Sisters (Danish Folksong Suite # 3) (4:57 - GE: Vol.11, 13; KMPG; DUP-3)
Nightingale (2:04 - GE: Vol.14)
Night-Song in the Jungle, male chorus (Dec 1898; rev. 1924) [Jungle Book No. 3; Kipling Setting No. 17]
Nine Settings of Rudyard Kipling (31:33 - GE: Vol.7)
Norse Dirge (Youthful Suite No. 3) (8.56 - GE: Vol.6)
Northern Ballad (Kipling No. 4) (1:03 - GE: Vol.2)
Northern March (Youthful Suite No. 1) (6:36 - GE: Vol.6)
Norwegian Polska (Scandinavian Suite No. 3) (2:47 - GE: Vol.13)
O gin I were where Gadie rins (SON No. 13) (1:43 - GE: Vol.9, 16; DUP-3)
O Glorious, Golden Era (O begli’ anni dell’ oro) (1:43 - GE: Vol.12)
O Mistress Mine (1:35 - GE: Vol.18)
O’er the Moor (SON No. 12) (2:19 - GE: Vol.7)
Old Irish Tune
Old Woman at the Christening (2:42 - GE: Vol.14)
One More Day My John (1:59 - DUP: 3 [2 versions])
The Only Son, sop, ten, bar, chorus & chamber orch/ensemble (July 1945-Feb 1947) [Jungle Book No. 10; Kipling Setting No. 21]
Over the Hills and Far Away see Children’s March
Paraphrase on Tchaikovsky’s Flower Waltz (7:08 - GE: Vol.16)
Pastoral (In a Nutshell Suite No. 3) (10:16 - GE: Vol.1, 17; DUP-1)
Peace, piano (c. 1897-99)
The Peora Hunt, chorus and chamber orchestra/ensemble (Mar 1906) [Jungle Book No. 7; Kipling Setting No. 14]
The Power of Love, voice and chamber orchestra/ensemble (1922) [Danish Folk-song Suite No. l] [DFMS No. 4]
Power of Rome and the Christian Heart (14:17 - GE: Vol.8, 15)
Prelude in C (0:45 - GE: Vol.16)
Prelude in G (2:57 - GE: Vol.16)
Pretty Maid Milkin’ Her Cow (1:22 - GE: Vol.2; SPG)
Pritteling Pratteling Poll Parrot, 2pf
Proud Vesselil (Stålt Vesselil) (4:03 - GE: Vol.11, 12; DUP-3 [0:52])
Ramble on Love (Strauss), pf
Random Round  (6:01 - GE: Vol.9, 10)
Red Dog, male chorus (May 1941) [Jungle Book No. 6; Kipling Setting No. 19]
Recessional, chorus w/opt. keyboard accompaniment (1905-1929) [Kipling Setting No. 18]
Reel (Stanford), pf
Reiver’s Neck-Verse, A (2:16 - GE: Vol.7)
Ride with an Idle Whip (Kipling No. 3) (0:20 - GE: Vol.2)
Rimmer and Goldcastle (0:53 - DUP: 3)
The Rival Brothers, chorus and string orchestra (1905; rev. 1931/1938/1940/1943) [Faeroe Island Setting]
    - piano or 2 pianos (1932)
Rondo, 2pf
Rufford Park Poachers (Lincolnshire Posy No. 3) (3:47 - GE: Vol.4)
The Running of Shindand, male chorus (1902 or 1903) [Kipling Setting No. 9]
The Running of Shindand, 5 cellos (orig. for male chorus, 1902 or 1903; arr. ????) [Kipling Setting No. 9]
Rustic March (Youthful Suite No. 2) (3.32 - GE: Vol.6; CMPG)
Sailor’s Chanty (3:06 - GE: Vol.2)
Sailor’s Song, bells or other tuneful percussion (1900)
    - piano (1954)
Saxon Twi-Play, piano (c. 1897-99)
Scandinavian Suite (La Scandinavie) (15:51 - GE: Vol.13)
Scotch Strathspey and Reel (7:08 - GE: Vol.5, 16 [5:11]; SPG; DUP-3 [4:57];  DB)
Scherzo (1:40 - GE: Vol.9)
Sea-Song Sketch (0:48 - GE: Vol.14, 17)
Sea-Wife (4:58 - GE: Vol.5, 7)
Secret of the Sea (3:30 - GE: Vol.2)
Seven men from all the world (2:00 - GE: Vol.16)
Shallow Brown, baritone and ensemble (Aug-Dec 1910)
Sheep and Goat Walkin’ to the Pasture, pf
Shenandoah (1:44 - GE: Vol.3; SPG)
Shepherd’s Hey! (2:06 - GE: Vol.1, 4, 6, 9, 13, 14, 17; SPG; CMPG; DUP-3)
Shoemaker from Jerusalem (3:18 - GE: Vol.13, 14)
Six Dukes Went A-fishin’, chorus (1906)
Six Dukes Went A-fishin’, voice and piano (new version, 1906???) [BFMS No. 11]
Six Dukes Went A-fishin’, 4 voices and flute (new version, 1910) [BFMS/no number]
Six Settings of Rudyard Kipling (16:34 - GE: Vol.2)
Skye Boat Song (SON No. 3) (3:30 - GE: Vol.9, 12 [1:52])
Slow Dance (Stanford), pf
Soldier, Soldier (Kipling No. 6) (3:39 - GE: Vol.2, 7 [2:45], 18)
Song of Autumn (1:34 - GE: Vol.12)
Song of Värmeland (Scandinavian Suite No. 2) (2:51 - GE: Vol.11, 13)
Spoon River (4:57 - GE: Vol.15; CMPG; DUP-3 [2:34]; DUP-5)
The Sprig of Thyme, sop, ten and chorus (orig, for voice and piano, 1920) [arr. by Dana Paul Perna]
The Sprig of Thyme, voice and piano (1920) [BFMS No. 24]
Stålt Vesselil see Proud Vesselil
Stormy (1:19 - GE: Vol.3)
Sussex Mummers’ Christmas Carol (3:40 - GE: Vol.13, 17; DUP-3)
Swedish Air and Dance (Scandinavian Suite No. 1) (2:38 - GE: Vol.13)
Tents of the Happy Tribes from "Lonely Desert Man" (1:15 - GE: Vol.17)
Theme and Variations (8:53 - GE: Vol.13)
There was a Pig went out to Dig (1:57 - GE: Vol.3; SPG)
There Were Three Friends (1:54 - GE: Vol.1)
This Is No Plaid (Songs of the North) (1:25 - GE: Vol.12)
Thou Gracious Power (2:52 - GE: Vol.3)
The Three Ravens, ????? (1902; rev. for bar, chorus and ensemble, 1949) [BFMS No. 41]
Three Settings of Robert Burns (13:10 - GE: Vol.7)
Three Scotch Folksongs (4:14 - GE: Vol.16)
Tiger-Tiger!, male chorus (Mar 1905) [Jungle Book No. 9; Kipling Setting No. 4]
To a Nordic Princess, orchestra (1928)
     - piano (????)
To Echo (Ella Grainger No. 1) (1:37 - GE: Vol.12)
Train Music (0:36 - GE: Vol.16; DUP-5)
Tribute to Foster (11:15 - DB)
Turkey in the Straw, pf
Turn Ye to Me (Songs of the North) (2:42 - GE: Vol.12)
Twa Corbies (3:28 - GE: Vol.7, 14)
Two Musical Relics of My Mother, 2pf
Two Sea Shanties see Shenandoah; Stormy
Two Sisters for cello and harmonium (2:30 - GE: Vol.14)
Under A Bridge (Under en Bro) (3:44 - GE: Vol.11, 12)
Up-Country Song (Colonial Song) (0:54 - DUP: 5)
Variations on Handel’s Harmonious Blacksmith (1:28 - GE: Vol.12)
Walking Tune (1905)
    - piano (????)
The Warriors, ballet (Dec 1913-Dec 1916)
Warriors II
We Have Fed Our Sea for a Thousand Years (3:14 - GE: Vol.5)
We Were Dreamers (3:49 - GE: Vol.1)
Weaving Song (Songs of the North) (1:50 - GE: Vol.12)
When the World Was Young  , 2pf
Widow’s Party (4:14 - GE: Vol.5, 7, 10, 17 [1:44]; DUP-3 [2:01])
Will ye gang to the Hielands, Leezie Lindsay? (from SON) (2:34 - GE: Vol.2, 16 [1:05]; DUP-3)
Willie’s gane to Melville Castle (from Songs of the North) (1:45 - GE: Vol.2)
Willow Willow, voice and piano (1898) [OEPM No. 1]
Willow Willow, voice, string orchestra and guitar or harp (orig. for voice and piano, 1898; arr. 1912)
Woman Are A Gane Wud, The (SON No. 9) (1:20 - GE: Vol.7)
Wraith of Odin, 2pf
Ye Banks and Braes O’Bonnie Doon (2:56 - GE: Vol.3, 4, 10, 14, 15, 18; DUP-5)
Yon Wild Mossy Mountains (3:51 - GE: Vol.7)
Young British Soldier (7:17 - GE: Vol.7)
Youthful Rapture (5:04 - GE: Vol.9, 13; CMPG)
Youthful Suite (25:08 - GE: Vol.6)
Zanzibar Boat Song (4:40 - GE: Vol.10; DUP-5)


WORKS BY GENRE                                                            Grainger Links     ~ top of page ~
[under construction]
Dramatic/Theater
The Warriors,ballet (Dec 1913-Dec 1916)

Orchestra
Danish Folk-song Suite, orchestra (1928; rev. 1941)
Beautiful Fresh Flower, piano (1935) [orchestrated by Sculthorpe, 1990]
Colleen Dhas, chamber orchestra/ensemble (1904)

Band
Hill Song No. 1, band (1st ver. Mar 1901-Sept 1902; rev. 1923)
Hill Song No. 2, band (1901-02/Apr 1907) [uses faster sections of Hill Song No. 1, plus new material]

Soloist(s) w/Orchestra


Chorus w/Orchestra
The Fall of the Stone, chorus and chamber orch/ensemble (July 1901-Dec 1904; rev. 1923) [Jungle Bk No. 1; Kipling Setting No. 16]
The Beaches of Lukannon, chorus, harmonium and string orchestra (original, 1898; rev. 1941) [Jungle Book No.5]
The Peora Hunt, chorus and chamber orchestra/ensemble (Mar 1906) [Jungle Book No. 7; Kipling Setting No. 14]
Hunting-Song of the Seeonee Pack, male chorus and string orchestra (Jan 1899) [Jungle Book No. 8; Kipling Setting No. 8]
The Only Son, sop, ten, bar, chorus & chamber orch/ensemble (July 1945-Feb 1947) [Jungle Book No. 10; Kipling Setting No. 21]
Mowgli’s Song Against People, ten, bar, chorus & chamber orch/ensbl (Apr-June 1903) [Jungle Bk No. 11; Kipling Setting No. 15]
Good-Bye to Love, bridal lullaby, tenor, chorus, harp and string orchestra (orig. for piano, 1916; arr. by Alan Gibbs)
The Rival Brothers, chorus and string orchestra (1905; rev. 1931/1938/1940/1943) [Faeroe Island Setting]
Willow Willow, voice, string orchestra and guitar or harp (orig. for voice and piano, 1898; arr. 1912)
The Three Ravens, ????? (1902; rev. for bar, chorus and ensemble, 1949) [BFMS No. 41]

Choral
Night-Song in the Jungle, male chorus (Dec 1898; rev. 1924) [Jungle Book No. 3; Kipling Setting No. 17]
The Beaches of Lukannon, male chorus (Dec 1898; rev. 1941, w/harmonium & string orch) [Jungle Bk No. 5; Kipling Setting No. 20]
Irish Tune from County Derry (County Derry Air; Danny Boy), chorus (1902)
The Inuit, chorus (1902; rev. 1907) [Jungle Book No. 4; Kipling Setting No. 5]
Morning Song in the Jungle, chorus (June 1905 [Jungle Book No. 2; Kipling Setting No. 3]
Tiger-Tiger!, male chorus (Mar 1905) [Jungle Book No. 9; Kipling Setting No. 4]
Six Dukes Went A-fishin’, chorus (1906)
The Sprig of Thyme, sop, ten and chorus (orig, for voice and piano, 1920) [arr. by Dana Paul Perna]
Recessional, chorus w/opt. keyboard accompaniment (1905-1929) [Kipling Setting No. 18]
The Running of Shindand, male chorus (1902 or 1903) [Kipling Setting No. 9]
My Love’s in Germanie, 7 soloists and 8-part chorus (Mar 1903) [BFMS/no number]
Red Dog, male chorus (May 1941) [Jungle Book No. 6; Kipling Setting No. 19]

Chamber
The Running of Shindand, 5 cellos (orig. for male chorus, 1902 or 1903; arr. ????) [Kipling Setting No. 9]

Solo Instrument
Arrival Platform Humlet, viola or massed violas (1912) [In a Nutshell Suite No. 1]

Piano
Died for Love, piano (????) *****
Peace, piano (c. 1897-99)
Saxon Twi-Play, piano (c. 1897-99)
Andante con moto, piano (c. 1897-99)
Sailor’s Song (1900; piano, 1954) [other versions]
Walking Tune, piano (1905) [other versions]
In Dahomey (Cakewalk Smasher), piano (1903-09)
Mock Morris, piano/both "concert" and "popular" versions (May-June 1910) [Room-music Tit-bits No. 1] [others versions]
Handel in the Strand (Feb-Apr 1912; piano, Mar 1930) [Room-music Tit-bits No. 2]
Colonial Song (Sentimental No.1), piano (1914) [see also Up-country]
In a Nutshell Suite, piano (1905/1914-16) [Arrival platform humet; Gay but wistful; Pastoral; The Gum-suckers March]
Good-Bye to Love, bridal lullaby, piano (1916)
Bridal Lullaby, piano (1916)
Children’s March – Over the Hills and Far Away (1916-18; piano, ????) [other versions]
The Rival Brothers, piano or 2 pianos (1905; piano(s), 1932)
To a Nordic Princess (1928; piano, ????) [other versions]
Harvest Hymn (1905-32; piano, 1936) [other versions]
Beautiful Fresh Flower, piano (1935)
Immovable Do (The Cyphering C) (1933-39; piano, 1940)
English Waltz (Youthful Suite, No. 5) (1899-1903/1940-42; piano, 1943-45) [other versions]


Vocal
Shallow Brown, baritone and ensemble (Aug-Dec 1910)
Died for Love, soprano and piano/or 3 winds or strings/or string orchestra (????) [BFMS No. 10] *****
The Power of Love, voice and chamber orchestra/ensemble (1922) [Danish Folk-song Suite No. l] [DFMS No. 4]
Six Dukes Went A-fishin’, voice and piano (new version, 1906???) [BFMS No. 11]
Six Dukes Went A-fishin’, 4 voices and flute (new version, 1910) [BFMS/no number]
The Sprig of Thyme, voice and piano (1920) [BFMS No. 24]
Willow Willow, voice and piano (1898) [OEPM No. 1]
Lord Maxwell’s Goodnight, male voice and string orchestra (1904; rev. w/6 solo strgs & strg orch, 1912)
Lord Maxwell’s Goodnight, voice and piano (1904; final revision, 1958) [BFMS No. 42]
The Three Ravens, ????? (1902; rev. for bar, chorus and ensemble, 1949) [BFMS No. 41] ??????
The Love Song of Har Dyal, voice and piano (1901; arr. for sop & chamber orch/ensemble, 1958) [Kipling Setting No. 11]

Incidental/Film

Electronic

BFMS - British Folk-Music Setting
DFMS - Danish Folk-Music Setting
OEPM - Old English Popular Music


GRAINGER  LINKS                                                            Works by Genre      ~ top of page ~
The All-Round Man: Selected Letters of Percy Grainger, 1914-1961 (P. Grainger, Malcolm Gillies, et al, OUP, books.google.com)
Chronology of the Life of Percy Aldridge Grainger
Collaborating with Percy Grainger (Burnett Cross, rainerlinz.net)
A Commonsense View of All Music (John Blacking, CUP Archive, books.google.com)
Eminent Living Australians - Percy Grainger (The Age, Dec 4, 1937)
Facing Percy Grainger (University of Melbourne)
The Free Music Machine (1948) or The Electric Eye Tone Tool Cross-Grainger for Playing Graingers Free Music  (120 Years of Electronic Music)
The Grainger Event (Ian Lace, MusicWeb International)
A List of Published References to Percy Grainger’s Folk Song Collecting (Derek Schofield, efdss)
Memories of Rose & Percy Grainger (Kitty Eisdell/before marriage: Katharine Parker)
New Classical Tracks: Percy Grainger's 'Chosen Gems' (Julie Amacher, Minnesota Public Radio)
Percy Grainger (Stephen Wales, soc.culture.australian FAQ)
The Percy Grainger Manuscripts (Ruth Watanabe, University of Rochester Library)
Percy Grainger's Past-Hoard-House (Museum) (Naomi Cass, 1998 CIMCIM Meeting)
Percy Grainger's Work with Music Technology (W.B., Melbourne Indymedia)
Percy Grainger Wind Band Festival (Music Celebrations International)
A Significant Influence on Percy Grainger's Style of Composition (Glenn Gillis)
A Source Guide to the Music of Percy Grainger (Thomas P. Lewis, percygrainger.org)
Tuneful Percussion of Percy Grainger (Move Records)

Composer website
The Percy Grainger Society (by Bardic Edition Music Publishers)
International Percy Grainger Society
Grainger Museum

Books
Percy Grainger (John Bird, Oxford Univ. Pr., books.google.com)
Percy Grainger (Wilfrid Howard Mellers, Oxford Univ. Pr., books.google.com)
Percy Grainger: A Pictorial Biography (Robert Simon, GIA Publication, books.google.com)
Self-Portrait of Percy Grainger (Percy Grainger, Malcolm Gillies, et al, Oxford Univ. Pr., books.google.com)

Grainger @ Wikipedia
Grainger @ About.com
Grainger @ Answers.com
Grainger @ Art + Culture
Grainger @ Australian Dictionary of Biography Online
Grainger @ Australian Music Centre
Grainger @ Bach Cantatas
Grainger @ ChoralWiki
Grainger @ Classic Cat
Grainger @ Classical Archives
Grainger @ Classical Composers Database
Grainger @ Classical Net
Grainger @ ClassicsToday
Grainger @ Dilettante Music
Grainger @ Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers
Grainger @ The Ensemble Sospeso
Grainger @ Facebook
Grainger @ Find a Grave
Grainger @ IMDb (Internet Movie Database)
Grainger @ International Vegetarian Union
Grainger @ Jon Rose Web
Grainger @ JSS Virtual Gallery
Grainger @ Karadar Classical Music
Grainger @ Music and Vision
Grainger @ Music Ed Magic
Grainger @ MusicWeb International
Grainger @ MySpaceMusic
Grainger @ NationMaster
Grainger @ Naxos
Grainger @ The New York Times
Grainger @ NNDB
Grainger @ REC Music Foundation /The Lied and Art Song Texts Page
Grainger @ Suite101.com
Grainger @ United States Marine Band
Grainger @ Wikimedia Commons
Grainger @ WQXR

Check also - Music Sage   http://www.musicsage.org/

Streaming Audio
Grainger @ The Classical MIDI Connection
Grainger @ Classical Archives
Grainger @ last.fm
Grainger @ PRX (Public Radio Exchange)
Grainger @ Rhapsody
Grainger @ WFIU

Recordings
Grainger @ ArkivMusic
Grainger @ ClassicsOnline

Grainger @ YouTube


The Grainger Edition (Chandos Records) and other Grainger recordings
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 1 – Orchestral Works 1 (Chandos 9493)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 2 – Songs for Baritone (Chandos 9503)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 3 – Works for Chorus & Orchestra 1 (Chandos 9499)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 4 – Works for Wind Orchestra 1 (Chandos 9549)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 5 – Works for Chorus & Orchestra 2 (Chandos 9554)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 6 – Orchestral Works 2 (Chandos 9584)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 7 – Songs for Tenor (Chandos 9610) OP
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 8 – Works for Wind Orchestra 2 (Chandos 9630)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 9 – Works for Chorus & Orchestra 3 (Chandos 9653) OP
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 10 – Works for Pianos (Chandos 9702)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 11 – Works for Chorus & Orchestra 4 (Chandos 9721)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 12 – Songs for Mezzo Soprano (Chandos 9???)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 13 – Works for Chamber Ensemble 1 (Chandos 9???)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 14 – Works for Chamber Ensemble 2 (Chandos 9???)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 15 – Orchestral Works 3 (Chandos 9???)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 16 – Works for Solo Piano 1 (Chandos 9???)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 17 – Works for Solo Piano 1 (Chandos 9???)
The Grainger Edition (GE), Vol. 18 – Works for Unaccompanied Chorus (Chandos 9???)

Other Grainger Recordings
Salute to Percy Grainger (SPG) (London 425 159)
Music of Percy Grainger (KMPG) (Koch 3-7003)
Music of Percy Grainger (CMPG) (Chandos 8377)
Percy Grainger Dished Up for Piano (DUP), Vol. 1: Original Works (Nimbus 5220)
Percy Grainger Dished Up for Piano (DUP), Vol. 2: Arrangements (Nimbus 5232)
Percy Grainger Dished Up for Piano (DUP), Vol. 3: Folksongs (Nimbus 5244)
Percy Grainger Dished Up for Piano (DUP), Vol. 4: Arrangements (Nimbus 5255)
Percy Grainger Dished Up for Piano (DUP), Vol. 5 (Nimbus 5286)
Percy Grainger Jungle Book (HJB) (Hyperion 66863)
Danny Boy – The Music of Percy Grainger (DB) (Philips 446 657-2)

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