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Dawn of Delight.

Herbert Matheson

c1923.

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Swish! : two step.

Herbert Matheson

London : J. B. Cramer & Co., c1921.

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Hip, hip, hooray! : Humorous song. / Words by Pryor Linton. Music by Herbert Matheson.

Herbert Matheson

London : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, c1911.

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Maxi, take me in a taxi. : An escapade. / Words by Tay Bois. Music by Herbert Matheson.

Herbert Matheson

London : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, [1911]

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Over the Bridge. Song, the words by J. Thomson.

Herbert Matheson Goldstein, afterwards Matheson (Herbert)

London : Enoch & Sons, 1915.

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When you're alone. Song, words by E. Lockton.

Herbert Matheson Goldstein, afterwards Matheson (Herbert)

London : Leonard & Co, 1917.

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My Castle. Song, the lyric by M. Radclyffe-Hall, etc.

Herbert Matheson Goldstein, afterwards Matheson (Herbert)

London : Enoch & Sons, 1920.

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I pray there be no Moon. Song, the words by L. C. Byng.

Herbert Matheson Goldstein, afterwards Matheson (Herbert)

London and New York : Boosey & Co, 1912.

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Love in the Homeland. Song, words by E. Lockton.

Herbert Matheson Goldstein, afterwards Matheson (Herbert)

London : J. B. Cramer & Co, 1917.

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The Garden of England. Song Cycle, words by F. Barron. No. 1. A Kentish Rhyme. No. 2. Out Whitstable Way. No. 3. The Cherry Pickers. No. 4. The Miller o' Copley End.

Herbert Matheson Goldstein, afterwards Matheson (Herbert)

London : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 1914.

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