Chamber Music


James Joyce


  1. Strings in the earth and air
  2. The twilight turns from amethyst
  3. At that hour when all things have repose
  4. When the shy star goes forth in heaven
  5. Lean out of the window
  6. I would in that sweet bosom be
  7. My love is in a light attire
  8. Who goes amid the green wood
  9. Winds of May, that dance on the sea
  10. Bright cap and streamers
  11. Bid adieu, adieu, adieu
  12. What counsel has the hooded moon
  13. Go seek her out all courteously
  14. My dove, my beautiful one
  15. From dewy dreams, my soul, arise
  16. O cool is the valley now
  17. Because your voice was at my side
  18. O Sweetheart, hear you
  19. Be not sad because all men
  20. In the dark pine-wood
  21. He who hath glory lost, nor hath
  22. Of that so sweet imprisonment
  23. This heart that flutters near my heart
  24. Silently she’s combing
  25. Lightly come or lightly go
  26. Thou leanest to the shell of night
  27. Though I thy Mithridates were
  28. Gentle lady, do not sing
  29. Dear heart, why will you use me so?
  30. Love came to us in time gone by
  31. O, it was out by Donnycarney
  32. Rain has fallen all the day
  33. Now, O now, in this brown land
  34. Sleep now, O sleep now
  35. All day I hear the noise of waters
  36. I hear an army charging upon the land

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