Ethel Smyth

1858—1944

Dame Ethel Mary Smyth (23 April 1858 – 8 May 1944) was an English composer and a member of the women's suffrage movement. Smyth was born in Sidcup, Kent, which is now in the London Borough of Bexley, as the fourth of a family of eight children. Her father, John Hall Smyth, who was a Major-General in the Royal Artillery, was very much opposed to her making a career in music.
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Mass In D (Vocal Score)
Novello & Company 1891
A Spring Canticle
J. Curwen & Sons 1901
Brewster, et al.
Odelette
Novello & Company 1907
Smyth, et al.
The Dance
Novello & Company 1907
Smyth, et al.
Chrysilla
Novello & Company 1907
Smyth, et al.
The March of the Women
J. Curwen & Sons 1910
Hamilton, et al.
Sleepless Dreams
J. Curwen & Sons 1910
Rossetti, et al.
Short Choral Preludes (Nos. 4 and 5)
Novello & Company 1913
Short Choral Preludes (Nos. 1 - 3)
Novello & Company 1913
Anacreontic Ode (No. XXXI)
Novello & Company
Smyth, et al.