Hoc erat in votis For Doris: Her Wedding Songs

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Abstract/Description: Come to me in my dreams (by Matthew Arnold) -- As a perfume doth remain (by Arthur Symons) -- Imagine love as if a star (by Brian Sanker) -- How many times do I love thee (by Thomas L. Beddoes) -- The Land of Heart’s Desire (by Wm. Butler Yeats) -- Beauty clear and fair (by John Fletcher) -- She’s somewhere in the sunlight (by Richard LeGallienne) -- The Lover Tells of the Rose in his Heart (by Wm. Butler Yeats) -- Strange that one lightly-whispered tone (by Oliver Wendell Holmes) -- O that ‘twere possible (by Alfred Tennyson) -- Dear Love, good-night (by Augusta Webster) -- The Lake Isle of Innisfree (by Wm. Butler Yeats) These additional earlier Whilom songs of similar character were sung by Carlos Puig, Mexican tenor, at the 1954 season premiere of the Sala Ponce in the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City. Rest, sad eyes -- There is a lady sweet and kind -- Of a Rose, a Lovely Rose -- Lullaby (by Thomas Dekker) -- O Western Wind -- Sweet-and-Twenty (Shakespeare)