Below is a list of items requested from Boosey & Hawkes from a back catalogue list compiled while searching the British Library's online catalogue and confirmed by e-mail with a member of the Boosey team. This list most likely does not represent the complete Foulds listing for the publisher, but shows the current extent of my success in contacting. For orders, please contact email@example.com or telephone or fax with credit card details and expiry date; a cheque may be sent also. Boosey does not at this time have back catalogue purchase listings on the web, although some items may be borrowed for performance. Those items which include a lengthy code represent items previously ordered through this service, which may be quicker to purchase. Items untraced are not available in the archive, and perhaps permission to copy may be requested.
Ballade and refrain rococo (1914) [violin+piano] £7.95
La belle pierrette. Intermezzo impromptu (1923) [piano] £7.95
Canadian boat song (1914) [cello+piano] £7.95
Caprice pompadour (1916) [violin+piano] £8.00 m060807879
Keltic suite (1915) [military band arrangement by Frank Winterbottom] Can't trace
A Keltic lament (1916) [Keltic suite, op.29: No.2; piano arrangement] £7.95 310901940x
A Keltic lament (1915) [Keltic suite, op.29: No.2; piano+cello arrangement] £7.95
A Keltic lament (1923) [Keltic suite, op.29: No.2; piano+cello arrangement by William Henry Squire (d.1963)] Can't trace
Keltic lament (1933) [Keltic suite, op.29: No.2; part-song (SATB) arrangement] Can't trace
Keltic lament (1933) [Keltic suite, op.29: No.2; part-song (TTBB) arrangement] £2.95
A Keltic lament (ca.1916) [Keltic suite, op.29: No.2; unverified arrangement] Untraceable from current data (details need to be gleaned from the Library copy)
Old French gigue (1914) [cello+piano] £7.95
Suite fantastique (1924) [piano?] £7.95
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