Sea Song (Song, Op. 55, No. 5_).
Meditation (By Smouldering Embers, Op. 61, No. 6_).
Melodie (To a Water Lily, Op. 51, No. 6_).
In Nomine Domini (From Puritan Days, Op. 62, No. 8_).
To a Humming Bird (From Six Fancies).
To a Wild Rose (From Op. 51_). Original and simplified editions.
Clair de Lune (From Op. 37_).
With Sweet Lavender (From Op. 62_).
VIOLONCELLO AND PIANOFORTE.
WOODLAND SKETCHES. Op. 51.
Arranged by Julius Klengel.
To a Wild Rose.
At an Old Trysting Place.
To a Water-Lily.
A Deserted Farm.
Told at Sunset.
Useful albums for those who desire an introduction to MacDowell’s music are as follows:—
IN PASSING MOODS.
Album of selected Pianoforte Pieces.
2. Alia Tarantella.
3. An Old Love Story.
5. The Song of the Shepherdess.
6. A Deserted Farm.
7. To the Sea.
8. Danse Andalouse.
9. From a Log Cabin.
(Low or High Voice.)
1. Thy Beaming Eyes.
2. The Swan Bent Low.
3. O Lovely Rose.
5. Slumber Song.
6. A Maid Sings Light.
7. To a Wild Rose.
MacDowell’s Critical and Historical Essays (Lectures delivered at Columbia University), referred to earlier in this book, are published in America by Arthur P. Schmidt and in England by Macmillan & Co., Ltd. His Verses, a book of beautiful poetic inspirations, is published solely by Arthur P. Schmidt. An enthusiastic study of MacDowell, by Lawrence Gilman, an American musical critic, is published by John Lane & Co., in New York and London. Arthur P. Schmidt & Elkin & Co. stock all three books.
The following pieces were published by MacDowell under the pseudonym of Edgar Thorn. He stipulated that the royalties resulting from their sale should be paid to a nurse who was at one time needed in his household. They are mature pieces, although slight in form.