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Elinor Remick Warren
New York World Telegram, 1936
"The music [of 'The Harp Weaver'] is melodious, picturesque, and imbued with appropriate feeling. The writing is skillful and fluent. There is effective tone-painting. It is a work that may well become popular with choral organizations. The audience received the 'choral ballad' with great enthusiasm."
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Catalog of the Works of
Elinor Remick Warren

For Key to Annotations and list of other categories, see first page of Catalog of Works.

Works for Women's Chorus, Piano Accompaniment

Autumn Sunset in the Canyon (from Four Songs of the Seasons) (secular)
Text Mona Modini Wood
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1928
Copy 1928; renewed 1956
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

By A Fireside (secular)
Text Thomas Jones, Jr.
Pub G. Schirmer, New York
Date 1944
Copy 1944; renewed 1972
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

Children of the Moon (secular)
Text Katharine Adams
Pub Harold Flammer, New York
Date 1925
Copy 1925; renewed 1953
Parts Two editions - SSA and SSAA
Loc NN, PP, IU
Ded "To my Mother"

Christmas Candle (sacred/secular)
Text Kate Louise Brown
Pub G. Schirmer, New York
Acc Piano
Date 1940
Copy 1940; renewed 1968
Parts Two editions - SA and SSA
Solo SA edition - Mezzo-soprano
SSA edition - Soprano
Loc NN, PP
Ded "To Jimmy, Wayne, and Elayne"

Christmas Morn (sacred)
Text 1st and 2nd verses by Grace Widney Mabee;
3rd verse by Agnes Moulton
Pub Harold Flammer, New York
Date 1922
Copy 1922; renewed 1950
Parts SA
Loc NN, PP, LAPL
Note Also published for unison voices

Christ Went Up Into the Hills (sacred)
Text Katharine Adams
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1932
Copy 1932; renewed 1960
Parts Two editions - SSA and SSAA
Loc NN, PP
Ded "To Clarence Dickinson"

Come Away (secular)
Text Margaret Houston
Pub Harold Flammer, New York
Date 1940
Copy 1940
Parts Two editions - SA and SSA
Loc NN, PP

Down In the Glen (secular)
Text Katharine Adams
Pub G. Schirmer, New York
Date 1931
Copy 1931; renewed 1959
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

Fairy Hills of Dream (secular)
Text Joyce Kilmer
Pub Harold Flammer, New York
Date 1922
Copy 1922; renewed 1950
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

Flower Chorus in Spring (secular)
Text Anonymous
Pub John Church, Boston
Date 1922
Copy 1922; renewed 1950
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP, LAPL
Ded "To The Los Angeles Women's Lyric Club"

The Fountain (secular)
Text Sara Teasdale
Pub G. Schirmer, New York
Date 1937
Copy 1937; renewed 1964
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

From This Summer Garden (secular)
Text Paula Romay
Pub Carl Fischer, New York
Date 1970
Copy 1970
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP, AWC

Halloween (secular)
Text Molly Capes
Pub Manuscript
Date 1975
Parts SSA
Loc NN

The Harp Weaver (secular) - R
Text Edna St. Vincent Millay
Pub Carl Fischer, New York
Date 1932
Copy 1932; renewed 1960; 1978
Parts SSA
Solo Baritone; Optional Harp
Loc Carl Fischer, New York (Rental Library); NN, PP, CLU

The Heart of Night (secular)
Text Bliss Carman
Pub Harold Flammer, New York
Date 1947
Copy 1947; renewed 1974
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP
Ded "To the Women's Lyric Club of Los Angeles"

How to the Singer Comes the Song? (secular)
Text Richard Watson Gilder
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1930
Copy 1930; renewed 1957
Parts SSAA
Loc NN, PP

Hymn to the Night (secular)
Text Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Pub Oliver Ditson, Philadelphia
Date 1929
Copy 1928; renewed 1955
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP, LAPL

Hear the Sighing Winds (secular)
Text Austin Harding
Pub Galaxy Music, New York
Date 1947
Copy 1947; renewed 1974
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

The Little Betrothed (secular)
Text Isabel Hume
Pub Carl Fischer, New York
Date 1936
Copy 1935; renewed 1963
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

Little Choral Suite (secular)
Text a. Rain Slippers - Text: Anonymous
b. Sleep Walks Over the Hill - Text: Rowena Bastin Bennett
c. A Little Song of Life - Text: Lizette Woodworth Reese
Pub Carl Fischer, New York
Date 1973
Copy 1973
Parts SSA
Loc Carl Fischer, New York; NN, PP, AWC

Mister Moon (secular)
Text Bliss Carman
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1933
Copy 1933; renewed 1961
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP
Ded "To Rose Coursen Reed and The Treble Clef Club of Portland, Oregon"

Mr. Nobody (secular)
Text Anonymous
Pub Galaxy Music. NY
Date 1947
Copy 1947; renewed 1975
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

The Night Will Never Stay (secular)
Text Eleanor Farjeon
Pub Lawson-Gould, New York
Date 1964
Copy 1964
Parts SSA
Loc Lawson-Gould, New York; NN, PP, AWC

The Question (secular)
Text Katherine Nolen
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1941
Copy 1941
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP
Ded "To the Philomel Singers of Seattle and Mr. R.H. Kendrick, director"

The Sirens (secular)
Text James Russell Lowell
Pub Carl Fischer, New York
Date 1937
Copy 1937; renewed 1964
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP
Ded "To Antonia Brico and the Treble Clef Chorus of the White Plains Contemporary Club"

Songs for Young Voices (secular) - R
Text a. Sing A Song of Seasons - Text: Robert Louis Stevenson
b. Who Has Seen the Wind? - Text: Christina Rossetti
c. Boats Sail on the Rivers - Text: Christina Rossetti
d. Song of the Clock - Text: Anonymous
e. The Swing - Text: Robert Louis Stevenson
f. The Falling Star - Text: Sara Teasdale
Pub Lawson-Gould, New York
Date 1976
Copy 1976
Parts SA
Loc Lawson-Gould, New York; NN, PP, AWC
Ded "To Zack, Tim, Warren, Kristin, and Nicky"

Spring Morning in the Hills (from Four Songs of the Seasons) (secular)
Text Mona Modini Wood
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1928
Copy 1928; renewed 1956
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

Summer Noon on the Desert (from "Four Songs of the Seasons") (secular)
Text Mona Modini Wood
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1928
Copy 1928; renewed 1956
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP

We Are the Music Makers (secular)
Text Arthur O'Shaughnessy
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1932
Copy 1932; renewed 1960
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP
Ded "Written for and dedicated to the Philomel Singers of Seattle"

White Iris (secular)
Text Bliss Carman
Pub Theodore Presser, Bryn Mawr, PA
Date 1979
Copy 1979
Parts SSA
Loc Theodore Presser, Bryn Mawr, PA; NN, PP, AWC

Windy Weather (secular)
Text James Stephens
Pub E.C. Schirmer, Boston
Date 1942
Copy 1942; renewed 1969
Parts SSA
Loc E.C. Schirmer, Boston; NN, PP, AWCL
Ded "To the San Francisco Musical Club Choral, and Alfred Hurtgen, Conductor"

Winter Night in the Valley (from "Four Songs of the Seasons") (secular)
Text Mona Modini Wood
Pub H.W. Gray, New York
Date 1928
Copy 1928; renewed 1956
Parts SSA
Loc NN, PP