The Wanderer (Will he ever be weary of wandering)
Words by Walter de la Mare
B-P Library, Bag A: MS, ink, 3 pages, ‘Will He Ever Be Weary of wandering’
RCM 4576: MS, dated, 2 pages, ‘Will He Ever?’
Curwen 1926 [BL: G117716], B@ minor [d’@–f’’], Thames 10 Songs, Novello Album 1

Take heed, young heart (Take heed, young heart, to time)
December 1925
Words by Walter de la Mare
B–P Library, Bag A: MS, dated, printer’s copy, 2 pages and title page
Curwen 1926 [BL: G117715], E minor [e’–g’’], Novello Album 2


Silver, Op 30(2) (Slowly, silently, now the moon)
Words by Walter de la Mare
Low voice and orchestra
Boosey & Co 1935
See Solo Songs p. 3


Songs of Enchantment, Op 53
April – July 1925
Soprano solo, chorus of mixed voices and small orchestra:
Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, strings (3 3 2 2 1)
Words by Walter de la Mare
1. Arabia (Far are the shades of Arabia)
2. Sleepyhead (As I lay awake in the white moonlight)
3. The Prince of Sleep (I met at eve the prince of sleep)
RCM 4857: MS, score.
B–P Library, Bag Bii: MS, ink, full score Op 53, dated April – July 1925,
16 pages and title page;
vocal score Op 55, dated April – June 1925, printer’s copy,
27 pages and title page
Curwen 1925 vocal score [BL: F585kk30]


Words by A. C. Swinburne ‘Thou whose birth on earth angels sang to men’

Curwen 1925 [Church Choralist No 639] [BL: E1330]; OUP Songs of Praise 1926 and 1932

April Fools
February 1925
Play for children for soloists and chorus with piano
Words by Violet M. Methley
B–P Library, Bag Di: MS, ink, dated, 21 pages (loose, due to damage), typed  libretto
Curwen 1925 [BL: E890e3]


In the High Alps, Op 52
January – February 1925
1. Pinewoods in Snow
2. Les Ecovets
3. Winter Sport

B-P Library, Bag Ei: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 14 pages and titles
Curwen 1925 [BL: g1127cc4] Dedicated to Penelope Hill