Titoli “W”

1 Wach auf mein Herz (Johann Crüger)
2 Wach auf! Deutsche Volkslieder WoO35,2 (Johannes Brahms)
3 Wach auf!, 26 Deutsche Volkslieder, No. 21 (Johannes Brahms)
4 Wach auf, du werte Christenheit (Johannes Eccard)
5 Wach auf, mein Herz, und singe (Johann Sebastian Bach)
6 Wachet auf (Stefano Torchio)
7 Wachet auf! (Johann Sebastian Bach)
8 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Hubertus Krämer)
9 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Michael Praetorius)
10 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme a 2 (Michael Praetorius)
11 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme a 4 (Michael Praetorius)
12 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BuxWV 100 (Dietrich Buxtehude)
13 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 140 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
14 Wachet! betet! betet! wachet! BWV 70 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
15 Wade in the water (Traditional)
16 Wahre, wahre deinen Sohn, Op. 65, No. 5 (Johannes Brahms)
17 Wahrlich, ich sage euch (Melchior Franck)
18 Wahrlich, ich sage euch (Melchior Vulpius)
19 Wahrlich, wahrlich, ich sage euch, BWV 86 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
20 Wake every breath (William Billings)
21 Wake O my soul, and hail the morn (A. H. Palmer)
22 Waldesgesang (George Enescu)
23 Waldesgespräch (Robert Schumann)
24 Waldesnacht, Op. 62, No. 3 (Johannes Brahms)
25 Waldlust (Wilhelm Marsano)
26 Walk Upon High Places (Louis K. Liu)
27 Walk with the Lord (Thurlow Weed)
28 Wallbrook (Aaron Williams)
29 Walmisley (Thomas Attwood Walmisley)
30 Walpole (Abraham Wood)
31 Waltham (Samuel Babcock)
32 Waltham (William Billings)
33 Wanderer’s Nachtlied (Moritz Hauptmann)
34 Wanderlied (Carl Maria von Weber)
35 Wandervögel (Huub de Lange)
36 Wandl’ ich in dem Wald des Abends (Fanny Hensel)
37 Wandrers Nachtgebet (Carl Maria von Weber)
38 Wann kommest du mein Heiland (Manfred Hößl)
39 Wann unsre Augen schlafen ein, SWV 316 (Heinrich Schütz)
40 Wantage (James P. Carrell)
41 Wår broder Kiär (Bengt Lidner)
42 Wär Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit, BWV 14 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
43 War in Heaven (Mark Chapman)
44 War Memorial (Huub de Lange)
45 Ward, The Pirate (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
46 Wareham (William Billings)
47 Warlich, warlich ich sage euch (Johann Rosenmüller)
48 Warm Up Song (Michael Winikoff)
49 Warmth of the Spirit (Casey Anno)
50 Warren (Abraham Wood)
51 Warren (Daniel Read)
52 Warren (Samuel Babcock)
53 Warren (William Billings)
54 Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz (Hans Leo Hassler)
55 Warum bist du so ferne (Adolf Eduard Marschner)
56 Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühseligen, Op. 74, No. 1 (Johannes Brahms)
57 Warum liegt im Krippelein (Melchior Franck)
58 Warum sollt ich mich denn grämen BWV 422 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
59 Warum toben die Heiden (Josef Rheinberger)
60 Warum toben die Heiden (Psalm 2), SWV 23 (Heinrich Schütz)
61 Warum toben die Heiden (Thurlow Weed)
62 Warum wendst du dich (Gemignano Capilupi)
63 Warum, Op. 92, No. 4 (Johannes Brahms)
64 Was betrübst a 5 (Heinrich Hartmann)
65 Was betrübst du dich (Christoph Bernhard)
66 Was betrübst du dich, meine Seele (Johann Hermann Schein)
67 Was betrübst du dich, meine Seele, SWV 334 (Heinrich Schütz)
68 Was der alten Väter Schar (Johannes Eccard)
69 Was ever wretch tormented (Thomas Tomkins)
70 Was frag ich nach der Welt, BWV 94 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
71 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan (Johann Sebastian Bach)
72 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, BWV 100 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
73 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, BWV 98 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
74 Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan, BWV 99 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
75 Was hab’ ich für ein Glantz (Orazio Vecchi)
76 Was hast du verwirket, SWV 307 (Heinrich Schütz)
77 Was mein Gott will (Johann Crüger)
78 Was mein Gott will (Michael Praetorius)
79 Was mein Gott will, das gscheh allzeit (Adam Gumpelzhaimer)
80 Was mein Gott will, das g’scheh allzeit, BWV 111 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
81 Was mein Gott will, das g’scheh allzeit, SWV 392 (Heinrich Schütz)
82 Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd, BWV 208 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
83 Was soll ich aus dir machen, Ephraim, BWV 89 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
84 Was von schönen Jungfrauen (Orazio Vecchi)
85 Was willst du dich betrüben, BWV 107 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
86 Was wird es doch des trinckens noch (Jobst vom Brandt)
87 Was wird es doch des Wunders noch (Ludwig Senfl)
88 Was wird es doch des Wunders noch a 7 (Ludwig Senfl)
89 Wash me throughly (George Frideric Handel)
90 Wash me throughly (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)
91 Washington (Anonymous)
92 Washington (William Billings)
93 Washington-Street (William Billings)
94 Watchman (James P. Carrell)
95 Watchman, tell us of the night (Aberystwyth) (Joseph Parry)
96 Water Town (William Billings)
97 Waterloo (John Wall Callcott)
98 Waterstock (John Goss)
99 Watertown (Samuel Babcock)
100 Waterworks Corner (Kathryn Rose)
101 Watt’s Cradle Carol (Philip Le Bas)
102 Way up (Maggie Furtak)
103 We are your children (Thurlow Weed)
104 We be souldiers three (Thomas Ravenscroft)
105 We be three poore mariners (Thomas Ravenscroft)
106 We brought nothing into this world (Thomas Tomkins)
107 We Christians may rejoice (Johann Sebastian Bach)
108 We come to your doorstep (Steve Draper)
109 We gather together (Matthew J. Pool)
110 We give immortal praise (Trinity) (Thurlow Weed)
111 We give thee but thine own (William Henry Monk)
112 We give you thanks (Roger Teichmann)
113 We have a gospel to proclaim (William Gardiner)
114 We have heard with our ears, O God (Arthur Sullivan)
115 We have seen his star (Roger Petrich)
116 We have seen his star in the east (Caleb Simper)
117 We heard a baby crying (Philip Le Bas)
118 We love the place, O God (Henry L. Jenner)
119 We praise thee God (William Daman)
120 We praise Thee, O Father (Orlando Gibbons)
121 We praise you, O God (Anthony Awtrey)
122 We pray thee, heavenly Father (John Bacchus Dykes)
123 We raise our branches high today (Thurlow Weed)
124 We shall keep the faith (John Brown)
125 We shepherds sing (Thomas Weelkes)
126 We sing of the lands (Peter Bird)
127 We sing the glorious conquest (John Stainer)
128 We the spirits of the air, Z 630/17b (Henry Purcell)
129 We three kings of Orient are (John Henry Hopkins, Jr.)
130 We wait for Christ, our Advent Light (Thurlow Weed)
131 We wait for Thy loving-Kindness (Philip Armes)
132 We walk by faith and not by sight (Henry Lebedinsky)
133 We will rejoice in thy salvation (William Croft)
134 We will ring out our joy (Roger Petrich)
135 We will still remember (Tim Brace)
136 We wish you a merry Christmas (Traditional)
137 We wommen konne no thyng hele (Anthony Linden Jones)
138 Weary Land (Michael Gray)
139 Weary Pilgrim (Oliver Holden)
140 Weary wind of the west (Edward Elgar)
141 Weathers (Laurence Hughes)
142 Weave Me A Poem (Tim Blickhan)
143 Wechsellied zum Tanze, Op. 31, No. 1 (Johannes Brahms)
144 Wedded to will is witless (William Byrd)
145 Wedding cantata (Peter Bird)
146 Wedding Responses (Clifford Boyd)
147 Weep no more, thou sorry boy (Thomas Tomkins)
148 Weep O mine eyes (Scott Villard)
149 Weep you no more (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
150 Weep you no more sad fountains (John Dowland)
151 Weep, O mine eyes (John Bennet)
152 Weep, O mine eyes (John Wilbye)
153 Weep, weep mine eyes (John Wilbye)
154 Weeping full sore (William Byrd)
155 Weeping Nature (Stephen Jenks)
156 Wees gegroet Maria (Jef Tinel)
157 Wees gegroet!Volschoone lentetijd (Catharina van Rennes)
158 Weg, Venus, weg (Johann Nauwach)
159 Wehmut (Franz Schubert)
160 Wehmut (Robert Schumann)
161 Weib, was weinest du?, SWV 443 (Heinrich Schütz)
162 Weiche Gräser im Revier, Op. 65, No. 8 (Johannes Brahms)
163 Weihe des Gesangs (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
164 Weihnachten (Burkhart M. Schürmann)
165 Weihnachten, Op. 79, No. 1 (Felix Mendelssohn)
166 Weihnachtliches Graduale und Offertorium, Op. 20 (Franz Bühler)
167 Weihnachts- und Neujahrslied (Paul Homberger)
168 Weihnachtsarie für 2 Sopräne und Orgel (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
169 Weihnachtshymnus (Franz Bühler)
170 Weihnachtshymnus (Georg Joseph Vogler)
171 Weihnachtskantate (Friedrich Moritz Gast)
172 Weihnachtslied (Ignaz Reimann)
173 Weihnachtslied (Josef Rheinberger)
174 Weihnachtsliedchen, Opus 60, Nr. 8 (Max Bruch)
175 Weihnachtsoffertorium (Johannes Klein)
176 Weil unser Trost, der Herre Christ (Johannes Eccard)
177 Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
178 Wel ben ik donker (Willem Verkaik)
179 Wel lieve herderkens (Jan Van der Wielen)
180 Welcome (Oliver Holden)
181 Welcome black night (John Dowland)
182 Welcome Morn (Oliver Holden)
183 Welcome the covert (Anonymous)
184 Welcome to all the pleasures, Z 339 (Henry Purcell)
185 Welcome to the Big Time (Chris Inglis)
186 Welcome Yule (Mark Chapman)
187 Welcome Yule (Steve Draper)
188 Welcome, happy morning! (Arthur Sullivan)
189 Welcome, sweet day of rest (Thanet) (Thomas Clark)
190 Welcome, Yule! (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
191 Welkom gesellen (Anonymous)
192 We’ll go no more a-roving (Jon Corelis)
193 We’ll rant and we’ll roar (Henry William LeMessurier)
194 Well rung Tom Boy (Anonymous)
195 We’ll speak very softly (Falade ben baixo) (Traditional)
196 Welladay (Traditional)
197 Welsh (Come thou long expected Jesus) (Anonymous)
198 Welt, ade! ich bin dein müde (Johann Rosenmüller)
199 Wem ein tugendsam Weib (Johannes Gruber)
200 Wem ein tugendsam Weib bescheret ist (Johann Hermann Schein)
201 Wem soll man jetzund trauen (Orlando di Lasso)
202 Wende dich zu mir (Johann Philipp Kirnberger)
203 Wende dich, Herr, und sei mir gnädig (Johann Hermann Schein)
204 Wenn alle Brünnlein fließen (Friedrich Silcher)
205 Wenn alle Brünnlein fließen (Traditional)
206 Wenn der Herr a 6 (Heinrich Hartmann)
207 Wenn durch die Piazzetta (Robert Schumann)
208 Wenn ein starker Gewappneter, Op. 109, No. 2 (Johannes Brahms)
209 Wenn es Winter wird (Huub de Lange)
210 Wenn ich dein freundlich g’berden (Orazio Vecchi)
211 Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär (Franz Wilhelm Abt)
212 Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär (Traditional)
213 Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär, Op. 43, No. 1 (Robert Schumann)
214 Wenn ich früh in den Garten (Robert Schumann)
215 Wenn ich gedenck der Stunden (Gemignano Capilupi)
216 Wenn ich gedenk der Stund (Jacob Regnart)
217 Wenn ich in deine Augen seh’ (Robert Schumann)
218 Wenn ich mit Menschen (Johannes Brahms)
219 Wenn ihr Jungfrau (Orazio Vecchi)
220 Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht (Gustav Mahler)
221 Wenn mein Stündlein (Hans Leo Hassler)
222 Wenn mein Stündlein (Sethus Calvisius)
223 Wenn mir angst a 5 (Heinrich Hartmann)
224 Wenn sich zwei Herzen scheiden (Geibelei Nr. 3) (Christoph Dalitz)
225 Wenn so lind dein Auge mir, Op. 52, No. 8 (Johannes Brahms)
226 Wenn uns die Sorg will krencken (Adam Gumpelzhaimer)
227 Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein (Johann Hermann Schein)
228 Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein, Op. 110, No. 3 (Johannes Brahms)
229 Wer bin ich? (Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch)
230 Wer da gläubet und getauft wird, BWV 37 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
231 Wer Dank opfert, der preiset mich, BWV 17 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
232 Wer das elendt bawen wil (Anonymous)
233 Wer Gott nicht mit uns (Martin Luther)
234 Wer in dem Schutz (Christoph Buel)
235 Wer kann es doch ermessen (Antonio Brunelli)
236 Wer kauft Liebesgötter (Franz Schubert)
237 Wer leben will ohn Schmerz (Johann Steffens)
238 Wer mich liebet (Melchior Vulpius)
239 Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten, BWV 59 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
240 Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten, BWV 74 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
241 Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (Felix Mendelssohn)
242 Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (Georg Neumark)
243 Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (Johann Sebastian Bach)
244 Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten BWV 434 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
245 Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten, BWV 93 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
246 Wer sich des Höchsten Schirm vertraut, SWV 189 (Heinrich Schütz)
247 Wer sich mit Liebessucht empfind besessen (Jacob Regnart)
248 Wer sich selbst erhöhet, der soll erniedriget werden, BWV 47 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
249 Wer weiß, wie nahe mir mein Ende? BWV 27 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
250 Wer will uns scheiden von der Liebe Gottes?, SWV 330 (Heinrich Schütz)
251 Were every thought an eye (John Dowland)
252 Were I a king (John Mundy)
253 Were you there? (Crys Armbrust)
254 Were you there? (Traditional)
255 Werfet Panier (Georg Philipp Telemann)
256 West Boston (William Billings)
257 West End (Oliver Holden)
258 Westborough (Daniel Belknap)
259 Westborough (Samuel Babcock)
260 Westfield (1797) (Oliver Brownson)
261 Westfield (Elias Mann)
262 Westfield (Oliver Brownson)
263 Westfield (William Billings)
264 Westford (Daniel Read)
265 Westford (Samuel Holyoke)
266 Westminster (Nehemiah Shumway)
267 Weston (Samuel Babcock)
268 West-Sudbury (William Billings)
269 Wethersfield (Justin Morgan)
270 Wexford Carol (Simon Biazeck)
271 Weymouth (William Billings)
272 Whale Rock (Daniel Belknap)
273 Whann Battayle smethinge (John Wall Callcott)
274 What a sad fate, Z 428 (Henry Purcell)
275 What ails my darling (Thomas Morley)
276 What are these arrayed in white robes? (John Stainer)
277 What are these that glow from afar (Alan Gray)
278 What can a sinner do like me (Benjamin Milgrove)
279 What can I do, my dearest (George Kirbye)
280 What can we poor females do? Z 429 (Henry Purcell)
281 What child is this (David M Howard)
282 What Child is this? (Joseph Barnby)
283 What Child is this? (Traditional)
284 What doth my pretty darling? (Michael East)
285 What eyes like thine, eternal Sire (William Shield)
286 What haste fair Lady (Thomas Weelkes)
287 What have the Gods / Me thinks I hear (Thomas Weelkes)
288 What heart such doubled force? (Michael East)
289 What if a day (Anonymous)
290 What if I never speed (John Dowland)
291 What if I seek for love (Robert Jones)
292 What if my mistress now (Thomas Morley)
293 What is life and all its pride (Lord Mornington)
294 What is life, or worldly pleasure? (William Byrd)
295 What is our life? (Orlando Gibbons)
296 What is the cause (John Dowland)
297 What is the cause that thou, O Lord (George Kirbye)
298 What is the cause that thou, O Lord (John Valentine)
299 What is your substance? (Michael Gray)
300 What Light Is This ? (Geoff Allan)
301 What man soever he be that salvation will attain (William Daman)
302 What needeth all this travail (John Wilbye)
303 What pleasure have great princes (William Byrd)
304 What poor astronomers are they (John Dowland)
305 What saith my dainty darling (Thomas Morley)
306 What shall I do to show, Z 627/18 (Henry Purcell)
307 What shall I render (Arthur Henry Brown)
308 What shall we do with the drunken sailor (Traditional)
309 What signs will carry God (hymn) (Thurlow Weed)
310 What signs will carry God (shape-note) (Thurlow Weed)
311 What sound upon the midnight air? (Sally DeFord)
312 What star is this (Jeremiah Clarke)
313 What sweeter music (John Earwaker)
314 What sweeter music (Steve Draper)
315 What the bee is to the flow’ret (Charles Villiers Stanford)
316 What thing is there that I can wish (Joseph Key)
317 What tho’ my frail eyelids refuse (Benjamin Milgrove)
318 What though her frowns (Francis Pilkington)
319 What voice is this I hear (Benjamin Milgrove)
320 What voice of gladness (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
321 What will you do, Love? (Samuel Lover)
322 What wondrous love is this (William Walker)
323 What wondrous walk of feet and wing (Joseph G. Stephens)
324 What, shall I part thus unregarded (George Kirbye)
325 What’s in the brain? (Michael Gray)
326 Wheel of the Year (Leanne Daharja Veitch)
327 Wheelers Point (1770) (William Billings)
328 Wheelers Point (William Billings)
329 When a peer makes love to a damsel fair (Reginald de Koven)
330 When all thy mercies, O my God (Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley)
331 When Allen-a-Dale went a-hunting (Robert Lucas Pearsall)
332 When Arthur first in court began to wear long hanging sleaves (John Wall Callcott)
333 When as the mavis sweetly sings (Henry Purcell)
334 When Bibo thought fit (John Travers)
335 When Christ was born of Mary free (Arthur Henry Brown)
336 When Christ was born of Mary free (Steve Draper)
337 When Christ was born of Mary free (Tim Pratt)
338 When Christ was born of Mary free (Traditional)
339 When Christ was risen from the dead (Orlando Gibbons)
340 When Christ’s appearance was made known (David Cameron)
341 When Cloris heard (John Wilbye)
342 When comes my Gwen (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
343 When David heard (Thomas Tomkins)
344 When David heard (Thomas Weelkes)
345 When evening twilight (John Hatton)
346 When first by force (William Byrd)
347 When first sweet love (Henry Harington)
348 When for the world’s repose (Lord Mornington)
349 When forced from dear Hebe to go (Thomas Arne)
350 When Francis dances with me (Sol Violinsky)
351 When from my love I looked for love (John Bartlet)
352 When God revealed his gracious name (Supply Belcher)
353 When green leaves come again (Henry Rowley Bishop)
354 When I bring to you colour’d toys (John Alden Carpenter)
355 When I do count the clock (Michael Gray)
356 When I dream of old Erin (Leo Friedman)
357 When I heard the learn’d astronomer (Michael Winikoff)
358 When I observe (Thomas Tomkins)
359 When I pour out my soul in prayer (Ozias Thurston Linley)
360 When I survey the wondrous cross (Christopher W. Hart)
361 When I survey the wondrous cross (Thomas Jarman)
362 When I was otherwise (William Byrd)
363 When icicles hang by the wall (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
364 When Israel came out of Egypt (William Byrd)
365 When Jesus sat at meat (Richard Nicholson)
366 When Jesus went into Simon the Pharisee’s house (Thomas Tallis)
367 When Jesus wept (William Billings)
368 When Laura smiles (Philip Rosseter)
369 When Laura smiles (Thomas Campion)
370 When life seems made of pains and pangs (Reginald de Koven)
371 When like the hunted hind (Thomas Tallis)
372 When lo, by break of morning (Thomas Morley)
373 When lovers meet again (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
374 When Mary sang her lullaby (Sally DeFord)
375 When Mary thro’ the garden went (Charles Villiers Stanford)
376 When on the cross (J. Ashley Hall)
377 When Oriana walk’d (Thomas Bateson)
378 When others sing ‘Venite exultemus’ (John Dowland)
379 When Phœbus first did Daphne love (John Dowland)
380 When shall my sorrowful sighing slake (Thomas Tallis)
381 When shall my wretched life (John Wilbye)
382 When shall we three meet again? (Samuel Webbe)
383 When that the fyftye daye was come (Christopher Tye)
384 When that the Lord again (Edward Johnson)
385 When that the people taught they had (Christopher Tye)
386 When the cock begins to crow, ZD 172 (Henry Purcell)
387 When the crimson sun had set (Edgar Pettman)
388 When the god of merry love (Thomas Campion)
389 When the Lord entered the Holy City (Joseph Edmund Mills)
390 When the Lord turned again (Adrian Batten)
391 When the Lord turned again (William Billings)
392 When the Lord turned again the captivity of Sion (William Knapp)
393 When the saints go marching in (Traditional)
394 When the silence takes a voice (Thurlow Weed)
395 When the Son of Man shall come (James Kent)
396 When the stars begin to fall (Angelina Figus)
397 When the swallows homeward fly (Franz Wilhelm Abt)
398 When thro’ the torn sail, Op. 89, No. 4b (Dudley Buck)
399 When through the torn sail (Gustav Stolpe)
400 When we two parted (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
401 When we, our weary limbs to rest (John Broderip)
402 When winds breathe soft (Samuel Webbe)
403 When you made this planet (Kathryn Rose)
404 When you wore a tulip (Percy Wenrich)
405 When younglings first – But when by proof (William Byrd)
406 When, overwhelmed with grief (Aylesford) (Thomas Clark)
407 When, overwhelmed with grief (from A Seventh Set of Psalm Tunes) (Thomas Clark)
408 Whence (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
409 Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing? (J. Ashley Hall)
410 Whene’er my dame a-hedging goes (John Wall Callcott)
411 Where are all thy beauties now (Thomas Campion)
412 Where are you faire Maides (Thomas Ravenscroft)
413 Where art thou wanton? (Thomas Morley)
414 Where can I turn for peace? (Darrell Crowther)
415 Where fancy fond (William Byrd)
416 Where griping grief (Richard Edwards)
417 Where is our Son? (William D. Thompson)
418 Where is the moon? (Leanne Daharja Veitch)
419 Where is this stupendeous stranger (Henry Ley)
420 Where most my thoughts (John Wilbye)
421 Where riches is everlastingly (Peter Warlock)
422 Where righteousness doth say (John Dowland)
423 Where righteousness doth say (William Daman)
424 Where shall the lover rest (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
425 Where sin sore wounding (John Dowland)
426 Where the angel hosts adore Thee (William Henry Monk)
427 Where the bee sucks (Robert Johnson II)
428 Where the columbines grow (A. J. Fynn)
429 Where, Lord, shall I my refuge see? (Samuel Webbe)
430 Wherefore sit I complaining? (Peter Philips)
431 Wherever Love Is — Braxted (Kathryn Rose)
432 Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way (James Nares)
433 Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way (William Boyce)
434 Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way? (John Alcock Sr.)
435 Whether I live (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
436 Which is the properest day to sing? (Thomas Arne)
437 While by my sheep I watched at night / Als ich bei meinen Schafen wacht’ (Traditional)
438 While shepherds watched (Robert Barber)
439 While shepherds watched (Thomas Jarman)
440 While shepherds watched their flocks (George Frideric Handel)
441 While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Matthew Cooke)
442 While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Sally DeFord)
443 While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Thomas Clark)
444 While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Traditional)
445 While shepherds watched their flocks by night (William Knapp)
446 While that the Sun (William Byrd)
447 While their flocks the shepherds tended (Traditional)
448 Whilst youthful sports (Thomas Weelkes)
449 White as lilies was her face (John Dowland)
450 White as lilies was her face (Thomas Morley)
451 White Orchid (Louis K. Liu)
452 Whitehall (Henry Lawes)
453 Whitestown (Where nothing dwelt but beasts of prey) (Howd)
454 Whither away so fast (Thomas Morley)
455 Whither must I wander? (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
456 Whither shall I go (William Croft)
457 Whither so fast (Thomas Bateson)
458 Whither, pilgrims, are you going (John Stainer)
459 Who are these arrayed in white? (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)
460 Who can dwell with greatness (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
461 Who can express the noble acts (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)
462 Who ever thinks or hopes of love for love (John Dowland)
463 Who is it that this dark night (Thomas Morley)
464 Who is on the Lord’s side? (Caradog Roberts)
465 Who is on the Lord’s side? (John Goss)
466 Who is Silvia (William Linley)
467 Who is Sylvia? (Edward German)
468 Who is this that cometh (James Kent)
469 Who is this that cometh from Edom (William Billings)
470 Who is this that cometh out of the wilderness (Thomas Tomkins)
471 Who likes to love (William Byrd)
472 Who looks may leap (William Byrd)
473 Who loves a life (John Mundy)
474 Who made thee, Hob, forsake the Plough (William Byrd)
475 Who prostrate lies (Thomas Bateson)
476 Who shall ascend (Thomas Tomkins)
477 Who shall ascend thy heavenly place (John Massey)
478 Who shall have my lady fair? (Robert Lucas Pearsall)
479 Whom should I fear, since God to me (Joseph Stephenson)
480 Whom should we love like thee (John Bacchus Dykes)
481 Who’s in the next room (Alexandra Uitdenbogerd)
482 Whoso that will himself apply (Rysbye)
483 Why art thou so heavy, O my soul? (Henry Loosemore)
484 Why brag in malice high (Thomas Tallis)
485 Why Christmas (Steve Draper)
486 Why did the Gentiles (John Dowland)
487 Why did the Gentiles tumults raise (Thomas Ravenscroft)
488 Why did the Gentiles tumults raise? (Uriah Davenport)
489 Why do I use my paper, ink and pen? (William Byrd)
490 Why do the heathen (James Kent)
491 Why do we mourn departing friends? (Thomas Clark)
492 Why do you seek by flight? (Michael East)
493 Why does beauteous Lina weep? (John Wall Callcott)
494 Why dost thou shoot? (John Wilbye)
495 Why droops my soul with grief oppressed? (Thomas Clark)
496 Why fumeth in sight (Thomas Tallis)
497 Why is my verse so barren? (Michael Gray)
498 Why ring these merry bells today? (Adam Geibel)
499 Why runs away my love? (Michael East)
500 Why seek ye the living? (Charles Villiers Stanford)
501 Why should I grieve? (Francis Pilkington)
502 Why should I love? (George Kirbye)
503 Why should men quarrel, Z 630/4d (Henry Purcell)
504 Why should the children of a king (John Fawcett)
505 Why should we start and fear to die (Richard Taylor)
506 Why sit I here, alas, complaining (Thomas Morley)
507 Why smilest thou, sweet jewel? (Michael East)
508 Why so pale and wan (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
509 Why so pale and wan, fond lover? (William Lawes)
510 Why steal the tears adown thy cheek? (Anonymous)
511 Why thus enraged, ye tribes profane? (Robert Cooke)
512 Why wail we thus? (George Kirbye)
513 Why weepest thou? (Oliver Holden)
514 Why weeps alas (Thomas Morley)
515 Widdecombe Fair (Jeremy Rawson)
516 Wider den Übermut, Hob. XXVc:7 (Joseph Haydn)
517 Widerstehe doch der Sünde, BWV 54 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
518 Widmung (Robert Franz)
519 Widmung (Robert Schumann)
520 Wie bist du denn, O Gott (Johann Christoph Bach)
521 Wie bist du, meine Königin (Johannes Brahms)
522 Wie dasz liebliche Licht (Gemignano Capilupi)
523 Wie der Hirsch (Georg Philipp Telemann)
524 Wie der Hirsch schreiet nach frischem Wasser (Hugo Distler)
525 Wie des Abends schöne Röte, Op. 52, No. 4 (Johannes Brahms)
526 Wie habt ihr Jungfrau (Orazio Vecchi)
527 Wie hehr im Glase blinket der königliche Wein MWV G 11 (Felix Mendelssohn)
528 Wie komm’ ich denn zur Tür herein?, WoO 33, No. 34 (Johannes Brahms)
529 Wie lang, o Gott a 5 (Hieronymus Praetorius)
530 Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnunge (Psalm 84), SWV 29 (Heinrich Schütz)
531 Wie Melodien zieht es mir (Johannes Brahms)
532 Wie nun ihr Herren, SWV 155 (Heinrich Schütz)
533 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Christoph Dalitz)
534 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Johann Kuhnau)
535 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Johannes Werlin)
536 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Michael Praetorius)
537 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern a 2 (Michael Praetorius)
538 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern, BWV 1 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
539 Wie schön singt uns der Engel Schar (Cornelius Freundt)
540 Wie wenn der Adler sich aus seiner Klippe schwingt, SWV 434 (Heinrich Schütz)
541 Wieder ziehen dunkle Wolken (Krysztof Daletski)
542 Wiegenlied – Cradle Song (Engelbert Humperdinck)
543 Wiegenlied (Schlafe, mein Prinzchen) (Bernhard Flies)
544 Wiegenlied am Lager eines kranken Kindes, Op. 78, No. 3 (Robert Schumann)
545 Wiegenlied der Hirten (Max Bruch)
546 Wiegenlied, Op. 49, No. 4 (Johannes Brahms)
547 Wiegenlied, WoO 31, No. 11 (Johannes Brahms)
548 Wiewohl ich arm und elend bin (Melchior Franck)
549 Wigsthorpe (Thurlow Weed)
550 Wij comen hier gelopen (Anonymous)
551 Wij willen vanavond vrolijk zijn (Joannes de Latre)
552 Wild Rose (Vartan Agopian)
553 Wildersmouth (Edward John Hopkins)
554 Wilhelmus von Nassaue (Melchior Franck)
555 Wilks (William Billings)
556 Will God in very deed (John Goss)
557 Will saide to his mammy (Robert Jones)
558 Will the circle be unbroken? (Charles H. Gabriel)
559 Will ye go, lassie, go (Willem Verkaik)
560 Will ye go, lassie? (Traditional)
561 Will ye love me (Thomas Ravenscroft)
562 Will you buy a fine dog? (Thomas Morley)
563 William il Magnifico (Alessandro Kirschner)
564 Williamsburgh (William Billings)
565 Williamstown (Daniel Belknap)
566 Willig und treu (Orlando di Lasso)
567 Willingham (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)
568 Willkommen, süßer Bräutigam (Vincent Lübeck)
569 Willow, willow, willow (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
570 Willow’s daughter (Maggie Furtak)
571 Wilmington (Samuel Babcock)
572 Wilt thou forgive (Denis Mason)
573 Wilt thou unkind now leave me weeping (Robert Ramsey)
574 Wilt thou unkind thus reave me (John Dowland)
575 Wind (Georg Philipp Telemann)
576 Windham (Daniel Read)
577 Windham (Oliver Brownson)
578 Windsor New (Stephen Jenks)
579 Wine in a morning (Henry Purcell)
580 Winsor (Daniel Read)
581 Winter (Daniel Belknap)
582 Winter (Daniel Read)
583 Winter (Jon Corelis)
584 Winter (Luc Goosen)
585 Winter Carol (Joseph Joachim Raff)
586 Winter Daydreams, Op. 60a (Louie Madrid Calleja)
587 Winter Days (Alfred James Caldicott)
588 Winter wonderland (Felix Bernard)
589 Wintermesse No. 3 (Robert Führer)
590 Wintermesse No. 5 (Robert Führer)
591 Winterreise (Franz Schubert)
592 Winter-Street (Oliver Holden)
593 Winthrop (Jacob French)
594 Wintonbury (Stephen Jenks)
595 Wipe away my sins (Thomas Tallis)
596 Wir armen Kartäuser (Johann Steffens)
597 Wir Christenleut’ (Johann Sebastian Bach)
598 Wir dancken dir, Herr Jesu Christ a 5 (Johannes Eccard)
599 Wir dancken dir, o Herre Gott (Adam Gumpelzhaimer)
600 Wir danken dir (Adam Gumpelzhaimer)
601 Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir, BWV 29 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
602 Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ (Crato Bütner)
603 Wir danken dir, o Gottes Lamm (Pierre de La Rue)
604 Wir glauben all an einen Gott (Balthasar Resinarius)
605 Wir glauben all an einen Gott (Johann Walter)
606 Wir glauben all an einen Gott (Johannes Eccard)
607 Wir glauben all an einen Gott, SWV 303 (Heinrich Schütz)
608 Wir glauben an einen Gott, Op. 138, No. 8 (Max Reger)
609 Wir glauben an Gott, den Vater (Hugo Distler)
610 Wir gratulieren Dir (Christoph Dalitz)
611 Wir haben, Herr, mit unsern Ohren (Orlando di Lasso)
612 Wir lieben sehr im Herzen (Daniel Friderici)
613 Wir liegen vor dir mit unserm Gebet (Gottfried August Homilius)
614 Wir sind nur Gast (Manfred Hößl)
615 Wir singen all mit Freudenschall (Johannes Eccard)
616 Wir wollen alle fröhlich sein (Michael Praetorius)
617 Wise men from the east (Adam Geibel)
618 Wisst ihr, wo ich gerne weil (Ludwig Erk)
619 Witaj, Jezu narodzony (Anonymous)
620 With all our hearts (Thomas Tallis)
621 With Angel’s face and brightness (Daniel Norcome)
622 With every breath (Casey Anno)
623 With fragrant flowers we strew the way (Francis Pilkington)
624 With freedom blest (Samuel Webbe)
625 With glorious clouds encompassed round (James Leach)
626 With heart and mouth (Edmund Hooper)
627 With heart and mouth unto the Lord (Thomas Ravenscroft)
628 With hearts renewed (Henry Thomas Smart)
629 With His stripes we are healed (Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina)
630 With joy we leave thee (Tim Porter)
631 With my love my life was nestled (Thomas Morley)
632 With my whole heart, my God and King (Richard Garbett)
633 With one consent let all the earth (John Broderip)
634 With one consent let all the earth (New Hundredth) (Thomas Jarman)
635 With restless and ungoverned rage (Arlington) (Thomas Arne)
636 With restless and ungoverned rage (Thomas Clark)
637 With rue my heart is laden (Udo Baake)
638 With sick and famish’d eyes (Henry Purcell)
639 With sighs, sweet rose (John Wall Callcott)
640 With solemn faith we offer up (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)
641 With the Lord there is mercy (Roger Petrich)
642 With Violets (Amy Beach)
643 With what shall I come before the Lord? (Tim Blickhan)
644 With Wondering Awe (Darrell Crowther)
645 Wither’s Rocking Hymn (Clifford Boyd)
646 Within thy paths that are most pure (John Arnold)
647 Within thy tabernacle, Lord (Thomas Clark)
648 Within your temple (Charles H. Giffen)
649 Witness, ye heavens (Giles Farnaby)
650 Witness, ye heavens, the palace (John Mundy)
651 Wives by the dozen (Anonymous)
652 Wiwallij Dröm (Knut Håkanson)
653 Wo der Herr nicht das Haus bauet, SWV 400 (Heinrich Schütz)
654 Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (Johannes Werlin)
655 Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält (Michael Altenburg)
656 Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält, SWV 467 (Heinrich Schütz)
657 Wo Gott zum Haus (Hans Leo Hassler)
658 Wo Gott zum haus (Martin Luther)
659 Wo Gott zum Haus nicht gibt sein Gunst (Adam Gumpelzhaimer)
660 Wo Gott, der Herr, nicht bei uns hält (Johann Walter)
661 Wo ist dein Stachel nun (Johannes Eccard)
662 Wo ist der Liebste hingegangen (Gottfried Lindemann)
663 Wo ist ein so herrlich Volk, Op. 109, No. 3 (Johannes Brahms)
664 Wo leia sawola ni (Pedro Vilarroig)
665 Wo soll ich fliehen hin, BWV 5 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
666 Wo soll ich mich hinkehren (Melchior Franck)
667 Woe am I, my heart dies (George Kirbye)
668 Woe is me (Thomas Tomkins)
669 Woeful heart with grief oppressed (John Dowland)
670 Wohl dem, der den Herren fürchtet (Psalm 128), SWV 30 (Heinrich Schütz)
671 Wohl dem, der den Herren fürchtet (Psalm 128), SWV 44 (Heinrich Schütz)
672 Wohl dem, der nicht wandelt (Psalm 1), SWV 28 (Heinrich Schütz)
673 Wohl dem, der nicht wandelt im Rat der Gottlosen, SWV 290 (Heinrich Schütz)
674 Wohl denen die da wandeln, SWV 217 (Heinrich Schütz)
675 Wohl schön bewandt war es, Op. 52, No. 7 (Johannes Brahms)
676 Wohl, wohl dem Mann (Psalm 84) (Claude Goudimel)
677 Wohlan, so kommet her, ihr Frommen (Samuel Scheidt)
678 Wohlauf ihr Musikanten (Anonymous)
679 Wohlauf, Ihr Gäste (Erasmus Widmann)
680 Wohlauf, wohlauf Jung und Alt (Ludwig Senfl)
681 Wol auff, wol auff (Anonymous)
682 Wol dem der in Gottes forcht (Georg Forster)
683 Wonderful Day (Pian Rozzladil)
684 Wonderful World (John Earwaker)
685 Woo her and win her (Thomas Campion)
686 Woodbine (Christopher Upton)
687 Woodrow (Samuel Holyoke)
688 Woolmer’s (Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley)
689 Worcester (Abraham Wood)
690 Worcester (William Billings)
691 Words for the Abandoned (Tim Blickhan)
692 Work, for the night is coming! (Lowell Mason)
693 Worship (Thus far the Lord has led me on) (Anonymous)
694 Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (Henry Thomas Smart)
695 Worthy is the Lamb (Henry Thomas Smart)
696 Would my conceit that first enforc’d my woe (John Dowland)
697 Wounded I am – Yet of us twain (William Byrd)
698 Wrap up, roll up (Percy Snowdon)
699 Wraysbury (Edward John Hopkins)
700 Wrentham (Samuel Babcock)
701 Wrentham (William Billings)
702 Wymington (Thurlow Weed)

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