John Wall Callcott
Aliases: Calcott, John Wall
Born: 20 November 1766
Died: 15 May 1821
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List of choral works
Includes all scores in volume 3 of William Horsley's collection of the composer's works
Baillie, Joanna (1762-1852), poems by
Bowles, William Lisle (1762-1850), poem by
Campbell, Thomas, (1777-1844) who adapted a song by Martin Parker (1600-1656)
- Ye gentlemen of England ("The mariners")
Carey, Henry (1687-1743), paraphrase of opening lines of 'Chrononhotonthologos'
Chatterton, Thomas (1752-1770), poems by
Evans, Thomas, from his “Old Ballads”, published 1810
Goldsmith, Sir Oliver (1730-1774), from his poem "The deserted village"
Goethe, Johann Wolgang von (1749-1832), poem by, translated into English by Matthew Lewis
Gray, Thomas, (1716-1771), poems by
Jones, Sir William (1746-94) from poem "Laura" freely adapted from Francesco Petrarca (1304–1374)
Jonson, Ben (1572-1637) from poem "To Celia"
Lewis, Matthew (1775-1818), poem by
Lowth, Bishop Robert (1710-1787), Latin elegy by
Madden, Elizabeth Jane, poem by
Mathias, Thomas James (1754-1835) poems by
Ossian (James Macpherson (1736-1796)), poems by
- Father of heroes
- Green thorn of the hill of ghosts
- In the lonely vale
- Peace to the souls of the heroes
- Pleasant is the voice of thy song
Petrarca, Francesco (1304–1374), poem by
Ramsay, Allan (1686-1758), poem by
Rannie, John, lived 18th Century, poems by
Russell, Thomas, (1762-1788), adapted from first two stanzas of “An ein Veilchen” by Christian Felix Weisse (1726-1804)
Sackville, Charles, Earl of Dorset (1636-1706) poem by
Scott, Sir Walter (1771-1832), from poem "Lay of the last minstrel"
Southey, Robert (1774-1843) from poem "Madoc"
Unknown author of lyrics
- Are the white hours for ever fled
- Dull, repining sons of care
- Epitaph on Sir John Calf
- O snatch me swift
- See with ivy chaplet bound
- When Arthur first in court began to wear long hanging sleaves
- A beauteous fair has pierced my heart
- Ah! How Sophia can you leave?
- Alas, cried Damon
- The haughty wife of Jove
- The historians
- Imperial Rome, the mistress of the world
- In all her steps, in each enchanting eye
- The Knell of tyrant laws I hear
- Sir John Hawkins' History of Music
- Vostra moglie fu baciata
- Whene'er my dame a-hedging goes
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