(click here to see Patricia Hammond’s full classical repertoire)

Note: This is a time-capsule of when this site was built! (2011) I add “new” songs every week as I continue to explore and collect sheet music, and can’t possibly continue to do so if I spend all my time updating this list!

  • Afraid to Dream (1937)
  • After the Ball (1892)
  • Again (1948)
  • Ain’t We Got Fun (1921)
  • Alice Blue Gown (1919)
  • All Alone (1924; Irving Berlin)
  • All I do is Dream of you (1934)
  • All Things Love Thee (ca. 1833)
  • Always (1925)
  • Anniversary Song (1946)
  • April Showers (1921)
  • Angela Mia (1928)
  • A Time to Love (1958)
  • Avalon (1920)
  • Il Bacio (Arditi)
  • Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (1937)
  • Billy (1911)
  • Bird Songs at Eventide (1926; Eric Coates)
  • the Bitterness of Love
  • Black Moonlight (1933)
  • the Blue Bird of Happiness (1934)
  • Blue Champagne (1941)
  • Blue Shadows (1928)
  • the Boy in the Gallery (1885)
  • Button up your overcoat (1928)
  • By the Waters of Minnetonka (1917)
  • Can’t Help Singing (1944)
  • C’est Vous -It’s You (1927)
  • Chanson Hindou from Rimsky-Korsakov’s Sadko
  • Come to the Fair (1917)
  • Count Every Star (1950)
  • Danny Boy
  • Dearie (1905)
  • Deep in a Dream (1938)
  • Desert Dawn (1930)
  • Did you ever see a dream walking? (1933)
  • Don’t Ask Me Why (1931)
  • Don’t Fence Me In (1944)
  • Enjoy Yourself (1948)
  • Falling in Love Again -German or English version (1930)
  • From Russia With Love (’63)
  • Goodnight, Sweetheart (1931)
  • Goodnight Vienna (1932)
  • Guilty (1931)
  • Happiness is just a thing called Joe (1942)
  • Happy Days are Here Again (1929)
  • Happy Times (1933)
  • Have You Ever Been Lonely? (1933)
  • Here Comes The Sun (1930; not the Beatles!)
  • Hold My Hand (1950)
  • the Holy City (1892)
  • Home Sweet Home (1823)
  • Home to Somerset (1921)
  • Homing (1917)
  • Honey (1928)
  • Honeymoon (1929)
  • the Honeysuckle & the Bee (1901)
  • I Dream of Jeannie (1854; Stephen Foster)
  • If I knew you were coming I’d have baked a cake! (1950
  • If that’s your idea of a wonderful time, take me home(1912; Irving Berlin)
  • I Hear you calling me (1908)
  • I Left Her on the Beach at Honolulu (1916)
  • I’ll Always Be In Love With You (1929)
  • I’ll See you in My Dreams (1924)
  • I’ll Walk Beside You (1936)
  • I Love You Truly (1901)
  • I’m in the mood for love (1935)
  • I’m only teasin’ (1945)
  • In the Spirit of the Moment (1943)
  • I Passed By Your Window (1917)
  • I wish I knew (1945)
  • In the Gloaming (1877)
  • It’s only a paper moon (1933)
  • It was a dream (Cowen; ca. 1880)
  • J’Attendrai (1941)
  • Jalousie (1942)
  • Just a little girl from Little Rock (1949)
  • Just a Cottage Small (1925)
  • Just a handful of Maple leaves (1901)
  • Just a Love Nest (1920)
  • the Kerry Dance (1875)
  • a Kiss in the Dark (1922; Victor Herbert)
  • the Laziest Gal in Town (Cole Porter, 1927)
  • Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry (version 1944)
  • Let Me Sing and I’m Happy (1941)
  • Let’s All Go around to Mary Ann’s (1913)
  • Let the rest of the world go by (1919)
  • the Lights far out at Sea (ca. 1880)
  • Lili Marlene -German or English (1939)
  • a Little Grey Home in the West (1911)
  • the Lost Chord (1877; Arthur Sullivan)
  • Lover Come Back to Me (Romberg, 1928)
  • Love, Here is my Heart (1915)
  • Love is good for anything that ails you (1937)
  • Love’s Old, Sweet Song (1884)
  • Manila Bay (1921)
  • Mattinata (Tosti)
  • Me and my Dog (1936)
  • My Dog Loves Your Dog (1934)
  • My Dreams are getting better all the time(1944)
  • My Greatest Mistake (1940)
  • My Own (1938; a Deanna Durbin number)
  • Neapolitan Nights (1925)
  • Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! (1917)
  • Oh Me, Oh, My, Oh You! (1921)
  • O Lovely Night! (1901; Landon Ronald)
  • One Day When We Were Young (1938)
  • On the Road to Mandalay (1907)
  • Our Love Affair (1957)
  • Pakoble: Red Rose (1913)
  • La Paloma
  • Passing By (ca. 1900)
  • Play Fiddle Play! (1932)
  • Pretty As a Picture (1913; Victor Herbert)
  • Prize of Gold (1954)
  • Put your arms around me (1910)
  • Queen of Old Samara (ca. 1900)
  • the Road to the Isles
  • Russian Lullaby (1927; Irving Berlin)
  • Say it with Music (1921)
  • Serenade in the night (1935)
  • Serenata (Tosti)
  • Since I’ve Seen Love in Your Eyes (1932)
  • Skylark (Carmichael, 1942)
  • Smilin’ Through (1918)
  • So Blue (1927)
  • So Tired (1943)
  • Somebody Loves You (1932)
  • Somewhere my Love (Dr. Zhivago; 1965)
  • Southern Moon (1910; Victor Herbert)
  • Spring will be a little late this year (1944)
  • Stay as sweet as you are (1934)
  • Sweet Rosie O’ Grady (1896)
  • Sweethearts of Bygone Days (1912)
  • Sympathy (1912)
  • Take your girlie to the movies if you can’t make love at home (1919)
  • Tell me tonight (Spoliansky, 1931)
  • That Lovely Weekend (1941)
  • That Mysterious Rag (Berlin; 1911)
  • That Old Feeling (1937)
  • The More I see you (1945)
  • There’s a Harbour of Dream Boats (1943)
  • Thine Alone ( 1929; Victor Herbert)
  • This is my lovely day (1947)
  • the Three Fishers (ca. 1870)
  • Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold (1911)
  • Till We Meet Again (1918)
  • Too Late Now (1950)
  • Trees (1922)
  • Unchained Melody (1954)
  • Violetera
  • Volupté (1898)
  • Vorrei Morire (Tosti)
  • Wait Till You Get Them Up in the Air (1919)
  • Was It a Dream? (1928)
  • Watching the World Go By (1927)
  • We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye (1932)
  • We’ll Gather Lilacs (1945)
  • We’ll Meet Again (1939)
  • When I Grow Too Old to Dream (1935; Hammerstein)
  • When a Gypsy makes his violin cry (1935)
  • When The Organ Played At Twilight (1929)
  • When You and I Were Young, Maggie (1866)
  • When You’re Away (Herbert (1914)
  • Where is your heart (Moulin Rouge, 1953)
  • Whispering (1919)
  • Why Can’t this Night go on forever? (1933)
  • the Winter Tree (ca. 1850)
  • Wish Me Luck (1939)
  • Wish You Were Here (1952)
  • Without A Song (1929)
  • theWorld is Waiting for the Sunrise (1919)
  • Wouldn’t You Like to Learn to Love Me? (1906)
  • You’d Be Surprised (1919)
  • You’ll Never Know (1943)
  • Yours (1932)
  • You are my heart’s delight (1929) Also in German!
  • You made me love you (1908)

Charles Wakefield Cadman: Four American Indian Songs (1909)

  • From the Land of Sky-Blue Water
  • The White Dawn is Stealing
  • Far Off I Hear a Lover’s Flute
  • The Moon Drops Low

Four Indian Love Lyrics song cycle

(1903; Amy Woodforde-Finden)

  • The Temple Bells
  • Less than the Dust
  • Pale Hands I Loved Beside the Shalimar
  • ‘Til I Wake

Stars of the Desert song cycle (1911; Amy Woodforde-Finden)

  • Stars of the Desert
  • You are all that is lovely
  • The Rice was under water
  • Fate

plus ‘If in the Great Bazaars’ by Amy Woodforde-Finden

Ivor Novello:

  • Glamorous Night
  • Fly Home, Little Heart
  • Love is My Reason
  • We’ll Gather Lilacs
  • My Dearest Dear
  • Keep the Home Fires Burning

GERMAN NOSTALGIA, Schlager, Evergreens

  • Auf Wiederseh’n (Eberhard Storch)
  • Auf Wiederseh’n (Mischa Spoliansky)
  • Der Schleier fiel von meinen Augen (Les Feuilles Mortes)
  • Die Ersten Veilchen in Monat März (April Showers)
  • Frülingszeit, du schönste Zeit
  • Gute Nacht, Mutter
  • Ich Spür in Mir (Peter Kreuder)
  • Im Chambre Séparée
  • Küß Mich, bitte bitte Küß Mich
  • Möwe, du Fliegst in die Heimat
  • Nur eine Stunde (Peter Kreuder)
  • Schlaf, Mein Liebling (Goodnight Sweetheart)
  • Vom Wind Verweht
  • Wenn ein Zigeuner weint

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  1. An Interview with Patricia Hammond, part 1 | Noir Girl Says:

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  3. Joe V. Says:

    When will you be doing a U.S.A. tour?

  4. Jaxon Says:

    It’s nearly impossible to find knowledgeable people
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