Three Irish Airs
Words by Thomas Moore
1. Let Erin remember (Let Erin remember the days of old), D [a-d’’] 2. I’d mourn the hopes (I’d mourn the hopes that leave me), G [b-e’’] 3. Avenging and bright (Avenging and bright fall the swift sword of Erin), A minor [c’-e’’] MS EAR
Unpublished, but Gibbs Society holds a newly printed score
Dedicated to Keith Falkner


Miniature Suite Op 93
January 1940
for flute, oboe, violin, cello, harp

  1. Romance 2’15’’
  2. Scherzetto 1’50’’
  3. Midnight 2’00’’ ‘Dreams in the midnight air weave sweet enchantments that he cannot hear’ Jeffery Lang
  4. Jig 1’45’’ (18.1.40)

RCM 6278: MS, score, ink, dated
Duration 8’- 8’30’’

String Quartet in C Op 95
July-August 1940

  1. Allegro non troppo
  2. Slow and broad
  3. Allegro poco maestoso

B–P Library, Bag Eiii: MS, ink, dated, score 16 pages and title page

Trio in D, Op 97
September-December 1940
for piano, cello and violin

  1. Allegro moderato
  2. Lento
  3. Con brio, un poco maestoso

B–P Library, Bag Eii: MS, pencil, dated, 40 pages and title page
Unpublished, but Gibbs Society holds a newly printed copy of score and parts


Lakeland Pictures, Op 98
1. Brooding (Thirlmere)
2. After Rain (Rydal Beck)
3. An Upland Valley (Watendlath)
4. Spring Lambs (Langdale)
5. Early Autumn (Borrowdale)
6. Pastoral (Winster)
7. Lonely Grandeur (Wastwater)
8. Quiet Winter (Tarn Hows)
Thames Publishing 1997