|St John's Library/Rootham/1 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||'In London town' (London: Oxford University Press, 1935)
||'In the Highlands'
||'In the Lake Country: arranged from the slow movement of a string quintet for violin, viola or violoncello and pianoforte by Cyril Bradley Rootham' (London: Murdoch, Murdoch & Co., 1924)
||'In the Merry May'
||'Is it the wind of dawn?'
||'It was an English ladye bright: Albert Graeme's song (from 'The lay of the last minstrel') by Sir Walter Scott, the music by Cyril B. Rootham' (London: Boosey & Co., 1904)
||'Jemima: chorus for men's voices (unaccompanied)' (London: Curwen & Sons, 1923)
||'The king of China's daughter: the words by Edith Sitwell, the music by Cyril Bradley Rootham' (London: Schott & Co., 1923)
||'The Lady of Shallott (op. 33) by Lord Tennyson set to music for mezzo-soprano solo, chorus and orchestra by Cyril Bradley Rootham'
||'Larks: part-song for equal voices' (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1914)
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Papers of Cyril Bradley Rootham
||'Lullaby' (London: Stainer & Bell, 1908)
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Words by Thomas Dekker, music by Rootham. Stainer & Bell's Ladies' Choir Library no. 6. Inscribed 'Rosamond from CBR'.
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