Stephen Darby’s

Treasury of ex-Copyright Australian Music Syllabus

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  • Roy Agnew
    • 1937 Lullaby ABC
    • 1937 The Party ABC
  • Hugo Alpen
  • Hooper Brewster Jones
    • 1916 Song of the wandering Aengus ABC
  • Thomas Bulch
    • 1906 Land of the shamrock ABC
    • 1905 Tasma ABC
  • Herbert Hedwin Chandler
    • 1930 Summer Time ABC
    • 1903 Marie Gavotte ABC
    • Make a joyous noise ABC
    • Nearly there ABC
    • Pandora March ABC
  • Alice Charbonnet-Kellerman
  • Arthur Chanter
    • 1900 By the river swan ABC
    • 1909 Melody of Spring ABC
    • 1915 Christmas hymn ABC
    • 1914 Joy ABC
  • Leon Caron
    • 1891 When Thou Art Near ABC
  • Herbert Cosgrove
    • 1929 Nobody knows but mother ABC
  • Vince Courtney
    • 1916 Corroboree Rag ABC
    • 1920 Little home among the hills ABC
    • 1924 Boggabri ABC
  • Cesare Cutolo
    • 1866 Christmas Waltz ABC
  • W Cowan
    • The Billy Tea ABC
  • Ruby Davy
    • 1935 Australia Fair and Free ABC
    • 1935 Barcarolle ABC
  • George De Cairos Rego
    • 1898 Melba Waltz ABC
  • George De Chaneet
    • 1894 La Carnival MIDI ABC
    • 1900 Ave Maria ABC
    • 1902 Hungarian Dance ABC
    • 1904 Rover ABC
  • John Albert Delaney
    • 1900 Ave Maria ABC
  • Herbert De Pinna
    • 1916 Claire elegant dance ABC
    • 1917 I love you ABC
    • 1920 Bunyip ABC
  • Walter Marwood Du Boulay
    • 1917 When we get to Berlin ABC
  • Fred Ellard
    • 1843 Hornpipe ABC
    • 1857 Australian Bird Waltz ABC MIDI
  • William Ellard
  • Tom Foster
    • 1930 My Thoughts ABC
    • 1930 Happy Today ABC
  • Edwin Fowles
    • 1932 All my heart this night rejoices ABC
    • 1932 Twilight ABC
  • Alexander Galloway
  • Paolo Giorza
    • Bay of Sydney Waltz 1890 ABC
    • Tricket galop ABC
  • Fritz Hart
    • Orpheus and His Lute ABC
    • 1923 Whalin’ Up The Lachlain ABC
  • Christian Helleman
    • 1957 Hoorah for Father Christmas ABC
  • Francis Hartwell Henslowe
    • 1852 Northdown Bridal Polka MIDI ABC
    • 1862 Flowers MIDI ABC
    • Lord Keep my memory green ABC
  • Moritz Heutzenroeder
    • 1900 Australia ABC
  • Sydney Hobden
    • 1893 Back from the golfields ABC
  • Louis Howarde
    • 1907 Stolen Kisses ABC
    • 1920 Twinkling eyes ABC
  • John Howson
    • 1852 Christmas Present Polka ABC
  • Frederick Septimus Kelly
  • Henry John King
    • 1890 Alternatives ABC
    • 18899 When All Things Were In Quiet Silence ABC
    • 1909 A Charge to keep I have ABC
  • Frank G King
    • 1908 Coo-ee Mary ABC
    • 1908 Boomerang Ballad ABC
  • William Knox
    • 1899 Australian Patrol MIDI
    • 1903 Australian Heroes ABC
  • Guglielmo Enrico Lardelli
    • 1906 A song on parting ABC
    • Aubade from Enfantine Suite VIDEO
    • Toccatina VIDEO
  • Louis Lavater
    • 1900 Austral Hymn ABC
    • 1925 Canon in E flat MIDI ABC
    • 1930 Meadow Clover ABC
    • 1930 Swiftly The Hours Of Pleasure Pass ABC
    • 1936 Aubade ABC
    • 1937 Ladies Of St James ABC
    • 1939 Bells ABC
  • John Lemmone
  • Albert Lennertz
    • 1923 Aeroplane Jelly ABC
  • Carl Linger
  • Alex Lithgow
  • Jack Lumsdaine
    • 1918 Aussie Rose ABC
    • 1924 Take me ABC CHORDS
    • 1926 Calling ABC
    • 1928 Wodonga ABC
    • 1932 You’ll miss me when I’m gone ABC
    • 1942 Don’t Worry ABC MIDI
    • 1944 Am I? MIDI ABC
    • 1945 Curl The Mo Uncle Joe ABC
    • 1946 Since Ma’s gone mad on community singing ABC MIDI
  • Henry Marsh
  • Stephen Hale Marsh
    • 1851 Ferrolana Polka ABC
    • 1853 Australian Waltz ABC
    • 1853 By the Murray Banks ABC
  • George Marshall-Hall
    • 1900 A voice from dreamland ABC
  • Arthur Massey
  • Mona McBurney
    • 1925 Persian Song of Spring ABC
    • 1925 To My Friends The Birds ABC
  • Charles William McCarthy
    • 1879 Still Apart ABC
    • 1895 Lyceum Waltz ABC
  • Peter Dodds McCormick
  • Walter Meston
    • 1925 Bonnie Perth ABC
  • Ernest Edwin Mitchell
    • 1925 My Lady Sleeps ABC
  • Stephen Moreno
    • What’s a girl to do? ABC
    • 1932 Field of the Cloth of Gold ABC
  • Isaac Nathan
    • 1844 I’ll Go To Sleep ABC
  • Charles Sandys Packer
    • Sydney Polka ABC
  • Frederick Augustus Packer
  • Raimund Pechotsch
  • Alfred Pulmpton
    • West Bourke galop ABC
  • Will Quintrell
    • 1918 There’s An Old Bush Track ABC
  • Bert Rache
    • 1922 A daughter of Australia ABC
    • 1912 Dance of the Rosebuds ABC MIDI
  • Alan Rattray
    • 1909 Bottle’O Schottisch ABC
    • 1909 Empty Bottles ABC
    • 1919 The Old Gum Tree ABC
  • Alexander Rea
    • 1866 Gathering Rosebuds ABC
  • Arthur Rivers
    • Twas in the time when caesar ruled ABC
  • Hermann Rosendorff
    • 1912 Frangipanni ABC
  • Albert Saunders
    • 1910 Boronia ABC
    • 1910 Morris Dance ABC
    • 1910 Comet March ABC
    • 1912 Italian peasant dance ABC
    • 1913 Now is the hour UKE TABS
    • 1914 Polish Dance ABC
    • 1914 Egyptian Love Song ABC
    • 1919 Australian Emblem March ABC
    • 1920 Roguish eyes mazurka ABC
    • 1920 Cooperation ABC
  • James Shakespeare
    • 1867 Town Hall Polka ABC
  • August Siede
    • 1909 Ancient dance ABC
  • Joe Slater
    • 1909 Any place would be paradise with you ABC
    • While the billy boils ABC
  • Ernesto Spagnoletti
    • 1858 Wooloomooloo Schottishe ABC
  • William Stanley
    • 1857 Heliotrope Mazurka ABC
  • Reginald Stoneham
    • 1911 You ragged your way into my heart ABC
    • 1912 Viceroy Tea Waltz ABC
    • 1912 The Drover ABC
    • 1914 Distant Memories ABC
    • 1916 Frivolina ABC
    • 1918 Kewpies Parade ABC
    • 1919 All I want is you ABC
    • 1919 I’ve Fallen in Love with You ABC
    • 1919 Waikiki Moon ABC
    • 1919 What’ll we do when the wattle blooms again? ABC
    • 1920 Murray Moon CHORDS
    • 1920 Jazzin’ The Blues ABC
    • 1920 I’ve Got A Motorbike Waiting For You ABC
    • 1921 What might have been ABC
    • 1922 Thrills and Kisses ABC
    • 1924 Tintex girl ABC
    • 1928 Lolita Mexican Waltz Song ABC
  • Joseph Summers
    • 1866 Weep Not MDI ABC
    • 1896 Gratitude ABC
    • 1904 Australian christmas carol MIDI ABC
  • May Summerbelle
  • Henry Tate
    • 1913 Australian Spring ABC
  • George William Torrance
    • 1881 Matin Song ABC
  • Ernest Truman
    • 1896 Bushman’s song ABC
  • Walter Turner
    • 1900 Coo-ee ballad ABC
    • 1890 Dance Aboriginale ABC MIDI
  • Fred Werner
    • 1911 Gavotte ABC
  • Charles Vaude
    • Kelly Gang Jazz ABC
  • Alfred Wheeler
  • Frederick Wynn Jones
    • 1890 Barn Dance ABC
    • 1906 Candy Schottische ABC
    • 1906 Kids From The Alley ABC
  • Alberto Zelman
    • 1909 Ave Maria ABC
    • 1876 Love in a Ballroom ABC
  • Other
    • 1857 Picnic Point Schottische by G M Weinritter ABC MIDI
    • 1858 Heart That’s True by W H Tolhurst ABC
    • 1857 Australian Rules Football Polka by W Geddes-Taylor ABC
    • 1866 Land of Gold by James Fisher ABC
    • 1890 Waratah Polka Annie Jones ABC
    • 1895 Delightful Gavotte William Caflisch ABC
    • 1895 Maid of Perth Sir William Robinson ABC
    • 1897 Australian Exhibition Schottische W H Smith MID ABC
    • 1897 I was dreaming Augustus Juncker ABC
    • 1897 The Wheel Waltz by Lydia Larner MIDI ABC
    • 1897 Earthworm by Edith Walker ABC
    • 1898 Free Selectors Daughter by Furlong & Henry Lawson ABC
    • 1899 Christmas in Australia George Tolhurst ABC
    • 1899 Bush Echoes Waltz by Minna Lascelles ABC
    • 1900 Australian National March by Charles Sauer MIDI
    • 1901 Billy Tea Theme by W Cowan ABC
    • 1904 Just a plain Australian Girl by S Littlemay ABC
    • 1908 Love’s Conquest by Helena Miller ABC
    • 1909 Don’t Put The Working Man Down by Ward McAllister ABC
    • 1912 Tunes for wee Australians Albert Furnes ABC
    • 1915 Gum Nuts March by George Milford ABC
    • 1916 ANZAC Marseillaise Albert Smith ABC
    • 1922 Pearl of the pacific Maude Fitz-Stubbs ABC
    • 1923 Beautiful Roseville by Tom Ricketts ABC
    • 1923 I’m Glad I’m Born an Aussie by Alf Lawrance ABC
    • 1926 Twilight Bacarolle by George Milford ABC
    • 1932 Budgeree Corroboree by George Gethin Park ABC MIDI
    • 1935 Call of love tango Waldo Aldrovandi ABC
    • 1936 Bunbury by J Archer ABC


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