“The number of songs Lang had published has been quoted in some sources at approximately 200. Given Lang’s compulsion for detail, as evidenced by her rigorous record keeping and opus numbering, there is little possibility that these additional seventy songs were published. With the addition of two songs which have not been located by the author, the entire oeuvre of Lang’s songs numbers one hundred thirty three.” (Cline, p. 62)

The symbols in the right column show if copies of that piece are part of the lending library. P = Printed copy. MS = Manuscript copy.In most cases both printed and manuscript copies are photocopies, although every effort has been made to buy copies of anything that is currently available in print.

(AHW) = Copies from the three bound volumes in unused condition held by Anne Hooper Webb.

(GEORGE/MAURO) = Copies can be printed from the additional print CD in Vol. 1 of the songs, “Love Is Everywhere,” Delos DE 3407.

Alastair MacAlastair 1901 TTBBP and MS

April Weather Op. 15 #3P

Arcadie Op. 28 #2P (AHW) and MS

Ay de Mi 1893P (AHW)

Beauty’s Eyes 1891

Bedtime Song Op. 6 #2 P

Before My Lady’s Window Op. 19 #4 P (AHW) and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Betrayed Op. 9 #4P (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

The Bird Op. 40 #3 P (AHW) and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Boatman’s Hymn Op. 13 1892P (pp.1-10 and 24-26 only)

Bonnie Bessie Lee Op. 20 #1 P (AHW) and MS

Bonnie Ran the Burnie Down Op. 25, Partsong SATB 1897MS

Chevalier, Le for piano Op. 18P-1894 and P 2000

Chimes Op. 54 #2MS In C, P in E  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Chinese Song Op. 6 #1 P (AHW)

Christmas Lullaby Op. 8 #2P

Cradle Song of the War Op. 55P

Day Is Gone Op. 40 #2P P-Boosey ed.

Dead Ship, The Op. 15 #2P

Dear Land of Mine Op. 16 P (AHW) and MS incomplete

Deserted 1890P and MS  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Desire Op. 19 #5P (AHW)

Der Sommer – 1889 (Cline p. 156)

Elegy-see “The Spirit of the Old House” for piano Op. 58 P and MS

Even Psalm, An Op. 46 #1P and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Evening Op. 39 #5 (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Evening Op. 58

Eros 1889P

Fern Song c. 1895-Manuscript reproduced in the Indianapolis

Sentinal of Thursday November 28, 1895

Garden of Roses, The Op. 15 #4P

Garden Is a Lovesome Thing, A Op. 50 #1P and MS

Ghosts 1889P and MS  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Arr. SSA by Hugh Gordon 1947MS

Grandmama’s Songbook Op. 44P

Grant, We Beseech Thee Op. 51P and MS

Grief of Love, The Op. 19 #3 P (AHW) and MS

Hajarlis 2/13/1894 performance (Cline, p.161)(Manuscript at NYPL)

Harbor of Dreams, The Op. 7 #3P (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Hawthorne Tree, The Op. 25 SATBP – Walton

(Cline assigns Opus 25 to Bonnie Ran the Burnie Down)

Heavenly Noel, The Op. 57 SATB and orchestraP and set of manuscript orchestra parts

Here’s a Health To One I Lo’e Dear1901TTBB and SSAMS of TTBB

Heliotrope Op. 9 #1 P (AHW) and MS

Hills o’ Skye, The Op. 37 #3P 

I Knew the Flowers Had Dreamed of You 1896P (AHW) (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

In a Garden 1890P and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

In a Meadow 1889 SATB

In Praesepio Op. 56SATB and SSAAP of SATB P of SSAA and MS of SSAA

In the Greenwood Op. 19 #2 P (AHW) and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

In the Night Op. 39 #3 (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

In the Twilight 1889  P and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Into My Heart Op. 54 #1P in D flat(high) MS in D flat

Irish Love Song Op. 22 P in F, Ms in F, P in D, SSA in F, Orch. of strings with flute & clarinet in D  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

   (Foote published his Irish Folk Song in 1894 in six versions including one with piano, violin and cello accompaniment)

Irish Mother’s Lullaby, An Op. 34P in A flat (high) MS in A flat (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

The Jade Flute, Op. 6, No. 1  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Jock o’ Hazeldean Op. 20 #6 P (AHW) and MS

Jumblies, The Op. 5 TTBB ChorusP-Walton

(Foote published a setting for TTBB in 1908)

Just Because Op. 39 #2

King Is Dead, The Op. 27P and MS

King Olaf’s Lillies Op. 15 #1P

Lament Op. 6 #3P and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Lebewohl – 1889 (Cline p. 156)

Le Chevalier for piano Op. 18P-1894 and P-2000

Lied der Nebenbuehlerin (Song of the Rival Maid) also referred to as Roemerin (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Lilac, The. Sung from Manuscript at an All-Lang recital on April 28, 1904. NEVER PUBLISHED.

Lonely Rose, The Op. 43P and MS from L. of C. website

Love Is Everywhere Op. 40 # 4 P (AHW) and MS  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Love Plumes His Wings Op. 11 SATB

Love’s Fears Op. 20 #4 P (AHW) and MS

Lydia Op. 32P (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Maiden and the Butterfly, The 1889 TTBB Chorus

Maggie Away Op. 20 #3MS

Meditation for piano Op. 26P  Also published in American Women Composers: Piano Music from 1865-1915 edited by Sylvia Glickman, Hildegard Pub. Co., 1990.

Meg Merriles 1890 p

Menie Op. 20 #5 P (AHW) and MS

Merry Christmas Op. 39 #1

More Nonsense Rhymes and Pictures Op. 43P (1907)

    The Old Man of DumbreeMS-TTBBP-SSAA (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

    The Old Man With a BeardP & MS-SATB   (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

    The Young Lady in Blue (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

    The Old Person of WareP-TTBB

    The Old Person of Rimini

    The Young Lady Whose Eyes… (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

    The Old Person of Jodd (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

    The Young Lady in White (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

    The Young Lady of ParmaP and MS-TTBB (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

    The Old Person of Ischia

Morning Op. 39 #4  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

My ain Dear Somebody Op. 20 #2 P (AHW) and MS

My Garden Op. 28 #3 P (AHW) and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

My Lady Jaqueminot 1889P and MS  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

My True Love Lies Asleep 1893P

My Turtle Dove Op. 19 #1 P (AHW) and MS

Nameless Pain 1889P and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Night Op. 7 #1P (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Night of the Star, A Op. 52 Christmas CantataP

Nonsense Rhymes and Pictures Op. 42P (1985)P (1905)

    The Person of Filey

    The Old Man of Cape Horn

    The Person of SkyeP-SSAA   (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

    The Old Man In the Kettle

    The Old man Who Said, “Hush”

    The Old Man Who Said, “Well”P-TTBBMS-TTBB

    The Old Lady of FranceP-SSAA  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

    The Young Lady of Lucca

    The Old Man With a GongP-TTBBMS-TTBB  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

    The Old Person of CasselP and MS-SATB   (GEORGE/MAURO 1)


    The Lady of Riga

Northward Op. 37 #6P (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

O Sweetheart Under the Gable Vine – male chorus (Cline p. 156)

Oh, Love, He Went a-staying Opus 29 (Breitkopf & Hartel, 1898)P (AHW)

Oh What Comes Over the Sea 1889P

Ojala 1889P  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

On An April Apple Bough 1895P (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

One Summer Day Opus 59 for pianoP

       Hide and Seek In the Barn

       Morning Lessons

       Picnic in the Woods

       Knitting for the Soldiers

       Driving to the Blacksmith

Orpheus Op. 38 #1P and MS

Out of the Night Op. 46 #3P and MS

Out of the Past Op. 37 #2P

Oriental Serenade Op. 8 #1P


Petit Roman Op. 18 for piano (Le Chevalier) P-1894 andP-2000

Poet Gazes On the Moon, A Op. 8 #3P  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Praise the Lord, O My Soul 1905 SATB

Revery Op. 31 for Piano P

Rhapsody in E Minor for Piano Op. 21P

Roemerin – see Song of the Rival Maid

Sandman, The Op. 39 #6  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Sea Sobs Low, The. Sung during third season of the Chichering Orchestral Concerts by Bertha Cushing Child, contralto, but it seems to never have been published.

Sky Ship, The Op. 9 #3 P (AHW) and MS  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Sleepy Man Op. 38 #2P and MS

Slumber Song Op. 7 #2P (AHW)

Snowflakes Op. 50 #3P and MS   (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Sometimes Op. 46 #2P and MS

Somewhere Op. 40 # 1P

Song For Candlemas, A Op. 28 #1 P (AHW) and MS

Song in the Songless Op. 38 #4P and MS (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Songs In the Twilight 1889

Song of May, A Op. 32P

Song of the Lilac, A Op. 41 P (AHW) and MS  (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Song of the Rival Maid (Lied der Nebenbuehlerin) also refered to as Roemerin P

Song of the Spanish Gypsies, A Op. 50 #2P   (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Song of the Three Sisters 1909SSAAP and MS

Songs for Lovers of Children Op. 39P

Span o’ Life, The Op. 38 #3P

Spinning Song, The Op. 9 #2P (AHJ)

Spinning Song Op. 15 #5P

Spirit of the Old House, an Elegy for piano, Op. 58P and MS

Spring Op. 47P and MS

Spring Flowers (SATB) (A Book of Choruses: Chadwick, p. 165) P

Spring Idyl, A Op. 33 (piano)P

Spring Song, A 1890P

Springtime, Op. 30 (piano)P

Summer Noon Op. 37 #4P   (GEORGE/MAURO 1)

Te Deum in Eb Op. 35 1900MS

There Would I Be Op. 50 #4P and MS

Thought, A Op. 37 #1P (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

Three Pianoforte Pieces for Young Players Op. 60P

    Happy Days

    Day Dreams


Three Ships Op. 39 #8

To the Fringed Gentian (The Laurel Song Book, p. 116) P

To the Red-Breast (The Laurel Music-Reader, p. 81)P

Tomorrow Op. 39 #7 (GEORGE/MAURO 2)

True Freedom (The Laurel Song Book, p. 94)P

Tryste Noel Op. 37 #5P in C


White Butterflies 1904 SSA

Wild-brier, The 1909 SSAA P and Ms

Wild Butterflies (The Laurel Music-Reader, p. 173) P

Wild Huntsman Op.? Cantata


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