Scores that were published during O’Neill’s lifetime are now out of copyright and can be downloaded here for free.
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Please click here for a list of manuscripts held in the collections of the Royal College of Music, which include many unpublished orchestral scores as well as further songs, chamber music and piano music by Norman O’Neill. Please see the Manuscript numbers MS 4351–MS 4 433 and MSS 7334–74.
They can be made available to scholars and other interested parties by the RCM Library.
Drei Lieder, 1896 (Please see RCM Editions)
The Light of Love, Words by Hartley Coleridge, 1899 Boosey & Co.
Two Songs, 1899 Forsyth
i. Roses in the Garden
ii. A Prayer
The Indian Serenade, Words by Shelly, 1900
Madeleine's Song, from 'After All', 1902 Boosey & Hawkes
Two Songs, 1904 Schott (also orchestrated)
i. When You Come
ii. A Modern Greek Song
i. Rondeau (W.E.Henley)
ii. The Lilacs are in Bloom (George Moore)
iii.The Lovely Isle (anon)
iv. A Roundel of Rest (Arthur Symons)
v. With Strawberries (W.E.Henley)
Two French Songs, medium voice, Musette traditional French words, English words by Harry Graham; Avison Ed. agents Breitkopf and Haertel, 1907
i. Un grand sommeil Op 26 Nr. 1 (Verlaine)
ii. Ballade Francaise Op 26 Nr. 2 (Paul Fort)
Love In The Cherry Tree (Gertrude van Ruith) 1909 B. Schott’s Söhne
Where Be You Going, You Devon Maid Op.35 No.2 , medium voice, Words by John Keats; 1909 B. Schott’s Söhne Mayence
All For Me, 1911 Boosey & Hawkes
Håkon's Lullaby, from 'The Pretenders', 1913 Elkin
Eagles of England, words by P. Bewshar (Dedicated to RAF), 1918 Elkin
The Warrior Love, words by Sir William Watson, 1919 Schott & Co.
Six Songs from 'Through the Green Door', 1920 Anglo-French Music Co. Ltd
i. Through The Green Door
ii. The Cat’s Song
iii. Molly’s Song
iv. Silvery Dreams
v. Rikk’s Song
vi. The Princess’s Song
Yo, ho, ho and a Bottle of Rum, sung in 'Ambrose Applejohn's Adventure',1921 Keith Prowse
1922, H.W.Gray co., sole agents for Novello & Company, Ltd: London
It Was A Lover and His Lass, medium high voice, Shakespeare; 1922 The H. W Gray Co.
Musette, from 'A Roof and Four Walls', 1923 J.B.Cramer
Sung by Miss Phyllis Neilson Terry in “A Roof and Four Walls” at the Apollo Theatre, London
Songs from the Fairy Play words by Maud V. Vernon; copyright 1920 Anglo-French Music
Blossom Songs, From the Japanese, accompaniment for piano and string quartet, 1924 J.B.Cramer
Birds - A Song Cycle, medium high voice, Words by E.Temple Thurston
J.B.Cramer & Co, London, 1924
The Golden Hour of Noon, Words by Ashley Dukes, from 'the Man with a Load of Mischief', copyright 1925 J.B.Cramer