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 List of Works by Henry Kimball Hadley (1871-1937)

This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 32 works by Henry Kimball Hadley (1871-1937). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Last update: 14.02.13. Key: Items on hold

Annie Polka (1884) Publisher: Oliver Ditson Company
Legend of Granada (1904) Publisher: G. Schirmer
Words by: Ethel Watts Mumford
Clara (1884) Publisher: Oliver Ditson Company
Azora (1917) Publisher: G. Schirmer
Words by: David Stevens
The Fairies (1894) Publisher: The Boston Music Co
Words by: William Allingham
Fire-Prince (1917) Publisher: Oliver Ditson Company
Words by: David Stevens
With Flying Colors (1896) Publisher: Oliver Ditson Company
Music (1917) Publisher: G. Schirmer
Words by: Dr. H. Van Dyke
Fascination (1898)
An Ode For Mixed Chorus, Soli and Orchestra Op .75 (1917)
Fate (1898) Publisher: Oliver Ditson Company
America to France (1919) Publisher: Henry Hadley Publication
Words by: Louise Ayres Garnett
Festivity (1898)
Ballet of the Flowers (1920) Publisher: Carl Fischer Music Publisher
Fidelity (1898)
Cleopatra's Night (1920) Publisher: Oliver Ditson Company
Words by: Alice Leal Pollock
Folly (1898)
Enfant Si Tu Dors (1920) Publisher: Carl Fischer Music Publisher
Words by: Harriet Betty Boas
Fury (1898)
Time of Parting (1921)
Tone Pictures Op. 14 (1898) Publisher: Oliver Ditson Company
Thoughts (1927)
Hong-Kong Romance (1903)
Words & Music: Hadley
White Sevilla (1937) Publisher: Galaxy Music Corporation
Words by: Archer Milton Huntington
Military Band (1903)
The Culprit Fay Op. 62 (?)
Nancy Brown (1903) Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Words by: Frederic Ranken
The Ocean Op. 99 (?)
The Princess of Ys (1903) Publisher: Arthur P. Schmidt & Co.
Words & Music: Hadley
Symphony No. 2 in F Minor Op. 30 (?)
You Can't Fool All the People All the Time (1903)
Words by: Frederick Ranken
Symphony No. 4 in D Minor Op. 64 (?)